Volunteers receive as much they give at the Rupert’s Magic Valley Humanitarian Center, where 170 volunteers log about 2,500 hours a month
Here’s a list for aging wisely, which has been circulating around the interwebs. We think it is relevant, and inspirational, for our senior readership.
“In my chemo-induced stupor, I started knitting with no idea of what I was going to make. I let my imagination run and create.”
We who are left behind and grieving our loss very often need the funeral, the family get-together, the opportunity to grieve, to share our love, and to celebrate the life of this special person whom we will see and share our lives with no more.
By DAVID LAUDERDALE, The State (Columbia, S.C.) (TNS) Howard P. Jones Jr. is a 93-year-old hospice patient who, in February, chose to skydive into
The Native American legend Tale of Two Wolves contains a wisdom worth sharing with a wider readership. The point of the message seems has continued to be meaningful to a wide cross-section of people.