“Having purpose and vision during retirement is one of the most important determinants of mental, social, spiritual, and physical well-being in later life.” – Harold
My son brought home 9 of his college friends to visit with us for the 4th of July Holiday. We spent the afternoon of the
In less than one week, Americans heard how two giants in the television business loved their work and their families even more. NBC Washington Bureau
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Our lives are defined by our choices. But often, the choices we make don’t appear at the time to be the important crossroads that they
A writer instinctively knows or quickly learns that he can learn just about anything through writing about it. In his book Writing To Learn, William
The dinner table isn’t just a place to sit down and refuel. It’s the center of family discussion, a place to reconnect with friends and
Laughter has been recognized as a healing power for many years. Remember Reader’s Digest’s column, Laughter, the Best Medicine? And Norman Cousins wrote about his recovery from cancer, using laughter, in Anatomy of an Illness.
Still, many of us don’t feel it’s necessary to laugh all that often or all that much.