"Cedar and Luna are constantly near me..."
Slow cooking is a great way to develops the flavor of beans for your fall meals.
(A lot of people are choosing the other political party to perseverate upon.)
When I began my travel writing career, I set a goal to visit each of the fifty states. Slowly, I began chipping away at this objective and soon only one state remained, North Dakota. Time for a road trip!
My elderly pets are suffering from this year’s excess of fleas...
"In a melancholy mood, I walk through a wood."
"Take care that at the fork ahead you choose…the right one."
"One, two, buckle my shoe—three, four, shut the door."
Green tomatoes? Yes, they're delicious too.
Merrilee Rush gained national fame in 1968 with her breakout hit song, Angel of the Morning, which earned her a Grammy nomination for female vocalist of the year.
This summer, the road trip is being rediscovered by many travelers during what has become the new “normal.” They’re taking off in cars, campers, RVs and motorcycles, seeking opportunities to explore our country’s natural playgrounds. Some are opting for the road less traveled in order to avoid potentially crowded areas. The upside to this plan is the potential of finding hidden gems along the way.
For the more than 1.3 million Medicare beneficiaries in Washington state, this is an important time of year. Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period occurs each year from October 15 to December 7.
According to the American Association of Retirement Communities, inquiries about moving into retirement communities may have slowed since the coronavirus crisis began, but those still looking seem more motivated to make the move.
Older adults can be hesitant about new technology. At the same time, many are reluctant to forfeit their independence, even if they are having trouble performing tasks at home.
"better not fail"