In 1996, my mother, Phyllis, passed away. The last two years of her life held several hospital stays and an every-lessening level of energy. My responsibilities as her full-time care-giver were minimal – mostly keeping the house clean, taking her places including the grocery store and appointments with her doctors. At 76, she had called …
There was just so much to think about as my 70th birthday approached! Now, I’m not saying I haven’t thought through all the same things before. You may have even begun really thinking about them the day that first AARP membership card arrived in the mail. But if you’re like me at all, the 70th …
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