I found a quarter in the street this week. Holding the twenty-five-cent piece in my hands flooded my mind with a sweet memory — the kind of recollection that produces a smile and a heartwarming reminder of the value of giving. It was in 2014, while playing bingo at a Nursing Home, that I discovered … Continue reading Bingo and the Value of 20 Quarters
My response was immediate when a friend questioned the prudence of one of my decisions. Without much thought, I blurted out, “Ask me in a hundred years.” Some of life’s decisions are uncomplicated. Yet life has taught me that many others, the kind that reverberate for generations, are not always so readily or easily … Continue reading Ask Me in a Hundred Years
Sex is no big deal, they say. Everybody’s doing it, they say. If it feels good, do it, they say. It makes me wonder who exactly “they” are? This reminds me of a conversation I had with a colleague before he retired. He and his wife had just bought a home in a large retirement … Continue reading Are You Dying To Have Sex?