Some of us can name the traditions our families have for the holidays. Some people can’t, but they are there, aren’t they? There are some things that we do every year and whether we say they are traditionsRead More . . .
Chances are that Grandma and Grandpa both have more slippers, ties, hankies, and robes than they ever expect to use in the next decade. And, chances are that they don’t want one more thing that willRead More . . .
There’s always a gift-giving occasion right around the corner. It could be a birthday, Mother’s Day, Christmas or just an I love you, Mom, kind of day, when you feel the need to give something –Read More . . .
“The great secret that all old people share is that you really haven’t changed in seventy or eighty years. Your body changes, but you don’t change at all. And that, of course, causes greatRead More . . .
Does mom refuse to buy new clothes and insist on wearing stained, torn and well-worn clothing? Or, does she wear the same clothes for two, three or more days in a row? Changes in personal hygiene can beRead More . . .