Tag Archives: Senior Citizens

Thank You for Caring

In response to your enquiry: NONE OF YOUR DAMNED BUSINESS! One can only assume by the flag image plus the Service Cap in silhouette and the fact that the seminar is to be held at the War Memorial that this … Continue reading

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Short-Term Memory Loss

The old man shuffled slowly into the room. He looked around, puzzled, and queried to no one in particular: “Why am I here?” “To make a better world.” I responded.

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Life in The Fast Lane

The Griddler’s Café pipes in music from a local radio station. An old standard from the 1970’s: “Life in The Fast Lane” by the Eagles was playing. As I sat sipping coffee a very skinny old woman scooched slowly by … Continue reading

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NAME THAT KID!

Paul, Thank you for the Christmas Card. It’s a lovely photo. Please tell Benjamin I really envy him that nice sweater. We haven’t seen you or the kids in quite a while, so when I looked at the picture I … Continue reading

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Once you come in here you can never leave

We went to visit my aunt for her 87th birthday. She broke her hip a while ago and moved into an Assisted Living Center on the south side. The place is a huge, multi-winged single-story labyrinth of a place. It’s … Continue reading

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