Middle Age —-Good or Bad?

I happened upon an article in the New York Times this morning during my leisurely stroll through the internet.  The article written by Patricia Cohen entitled Get a Midlife, made me stop and think about how "I" view midlife now that I am in the throes of it.  How did I get here?  Why it seems like just yesterday I was taking kids to football and basketball practice, swimming lessons and music lessons.  But in reality that was a while ago.  I think my memory is being affected. The article … [Read more...]

Four Years After a Death, a Gift Continues to Inspire – NYTimes.com

Great article in the NYTimes about Jason Ray and Antwan Hunter. Four Years After a Death, a Gift Continues to Inspire - NYTimes.com. … [Read more...]

Are Blogs Dying? Please Say It Isn’t So!

I just read this article in The New York Times saying that blogs are on the way out. Well, that isn't exactly what it said--you can read the entire article if you click on the link at the bottom of the page.  What it did say was that the younger set of folks who had blogged are turning to Facebook and Twitter as a means of getting their thoughts out rather than the typical blog.  Well, yea, that does not surprise me at all.  As a matter of fact I myself post my blog to both and probably get the … [Read more...]

Meet Me On Monday

Thanks to Java at Never Growing Old for the weekly Meet Me on Monday questions! Since I can never seem to get the linky to work no matter how hard I try (and how hard WordPress tries) make sure you check out her blog to see the rest of the days participants and visit their blogs! Great way to find some new great places to hop!!! Questions: 1. Do you like your ice cream in a dish, waffle cone, pretzel cone, sugar cone or cake cone? Definitely in a dish! I love cones but am never … [Read more...]

Alzheimer’s Therapy Focuses on Care – NYTimes.com

This is an awesome article about some places that are doing some interesting and non conventional things in Alzheimer care. Worth a read if you have a loved one who has Alzheimers. Alzheimer’s Therapy Focuses on Care - NYTimes.com. … [Read more...]