Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy New Fears

My husband is in a quandary about how to spend New Year’s Eve. He remarked this week about how his favorite celebration in the last few years was spent at home, toasting the arrival of the New Year with champagne … Continue reading

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Fourth in the Elder Care Series at Ringwood Public Library

Originally posted on Light of Gray:
“Legal Ease” December 18th at 7pm When it comes to having the support of their loved ones, many seniors believe they can simply tell people that they would like certain family members to speak…

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At the Holidays

It’s been some time since my last post and I suspect it will be a while before I post again. I wanted to give folks a little update. Mom is still with us, although her language capabilities continue to deteriorate. … Continue reading

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