Tag Archives: aging

FLAT OUT BEFORE THE LORD

Facebook pulled this up for me a few days ago. I got another laugh; hope you will too. So after minor proofing, I’m posting again. Ok, let me say first it was worth it! That’s being said because I know … Continue reading

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A GOOD SON

“Oomph,” Shirley grunted bending her knees. Was Edgar trying to play a fast one on her by giving her this spinning wheel? He said this was Aunt Gerty’s old wheel. But she didn’t believe it. He probably stored the original … Continue reading

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WAIT – HOLD UP A BIT

Copied and edited from my post in 2015. Everything is about the same except that my grandchildren are older. I still want to say to them, “Wait, don’t grow up yet.” There are three Bradford pear trees on a corner … Continue reading

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LEARNING TO COPE WITH AGING

I was doing my morning routine – bath, dress, hair, make-up, – oops, did I brush my teeth? I couldn’t remember. After the many years, my mind goes on to more important matters while I do the routine. Now, If … Continue reading

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BENEFITS OF OLD AGE

“They say we don’t have a sense of humor,” chortled Harold.  “I’ve lived long enough to have been manipulated in all ways.”  Harold, a retired Bishop, was speaking to Laurence, a retired Elder.  Subject:  This old church which some entrepreneur … Continue reading

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TWO THINGS

I wind up my birthday learnin’s, lessons, and leanin’s, I say Good Night, Dear Bloggers. with this rather short post. I am not going into the memories and thankfulness, they will come later with some new pictures and such. Now … Continue reading

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LASTING BEAUTY

Many years ago, but not so far away, there was a sparkling bright-eyed teenager named Tricia. Now Tricia had all the makings of a princess – social butterfly, stylish, talented. The kind of princess who could hold court with the … Continue reading

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TURNING LOOSE IS HARD TO DO

Looking out the lone window, I see an ornament on the leaf-stripped tree. With other ornaments, they were a beautiful sight dancing in the breeze reminding me of days gone by. Now I can hardly move but sometime I thrash … Continue reading

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I’M OLDER THAN … FITTED SHEETS!

I have rid myself of many bed linens.  Although I almost always strip the bed, wash and dry the sheets and remake the bed on the same day, I was careful to keep an extra pair of sheets just in … Continue reading

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HOW OLD WILL I LOOK IN HEAVEN? 3/14

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” 1 Cor. 13:12 There will not be ethnic groups (Jew nor Greek) male or female (Gal. 13:28) That’s … Continue reading

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