September 23, 2020: Abortion, Adoption and finding MY Birth Family

For those of you that did not know, I was adopted and after 46 years of searching, I finally found my Birth Family. Anyone who has been adopted knows what it’s like to live life not knowing – not knowing where you came from, who your parents were, if you look like someone and theContinue reading “September 23, 2020: Abortion, Adoption and finding MY Birth Family”

September 21, 2020: WHAT DOES YOUR HAPPY HOUR LOOK LIKE?

Have you ever been to a Happy Hour? Back in the day, I would go with my first husband to a local Mexican restaurant and we would feast on hors d’oeuvres of all kinds and have at least two, buy one get one, drinks. I’m not much for alcohol, so I would end up gettingContinue reading “September 21, 2020: WHAT DOES YOUR HAPPY HOUR LOOK LIKE?”

September 19, 2020: El valor de lo genuino / The Value of the Genuine, By Giovana Obando, Spanish Ministry

MINISTERIO HISPANO (Presented by Giovana Obando in both Spanish and English.) Es increíble y no deja de sorprenderme los avances tecnológicos que podemos ver hoy en día en el cine la televisión, los celulares y en general, en todos los campos. Es fascinante, como el hombre puede avanzar en el uso de esa tecnología paraContinue reading “September 19, 2020: El valor de lo genuino / The Value of the Genuine, By Giovana Obando, Spanish Ministry”

September 17, 2020: It’s ALL ABOUT ME!

ME. ME. ME. What’s in it for ME? What about ME? Me, My and I are all first person words that can extend past letters and become and describe who we are. Is that who you are? Is that who you want to be? If you live life with ME synonyms as your MONTRA, thenContinue reading “September 17, 2020: It’s ALL ABOUT ME!”

September 15, 2020: regarding ALZHEIMER’S

There are an estimated 5.8 million Americans age 65 and older living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2020. Eighty percent are age 75 or older. Out of the total U.S. population: • One in 10 people (10%) age 65 and older hasAlzheimer’s dementia. By 2050, the number of people age 65 and older with Alzheimer’s dementiaContinue reading “September 15, 2020: regarding ALZHEIMER’S”

September 12, 2020: Have You Been Practicing Your EYE SMILE?

Have you been practicing your eye smile? I’d like you to take a moment to think about it. If we are required to wear masks everywhere, how can people tell the expression on your face? Are you happy, mad, sad, confused, disappointed? I have always said that if you give people nothing else, give themContinue reading “September 12, 2020: Have You Been Practicing Your EYE SMILE?”

September 11, 2020: Remembering Ten Heroic Police Officers that gave their lives on 9/11/2001

Honoring 10 NYPD Officers who lost their lives on 9/11.

September 10, 2020: HOMELESS

Something really hit home for me yesterday as I drove through a shopping center near my friend’s bank. The strip mall features at least 10 or more store fronts and I was shocked to find that nearly two thirds of the businesses were closed and gone. Windows were bare and notices hung on doors. IfContinue reading “September 10, 2020: HOMELESS”

September 8, 2020: Today’s Thank You Note to God

What or who are you afraid of forgetting? I seem to be forgetting little things more and more lately. Words escape me. The wrong ones slip out. No, I haven’t forgotten my keys and found them in the refrigerator yet, but my brain gets tired sometimes. My daughter n law’s Mother has some dementia andContinue reading “September 8, 2020: Today’s Thank You Note to God”

September 7, 2020 Today’s Thank You Note to God

How many of you pray before you eat? My baby book says that before I knew or understood the words I would insist that we pray before we ate, no matter when or where we were. I would bow my head, fold my hands and jabber, ‘Aba Daba Daba Daba…with a resounding AMEN. Later, afterContinue reading “September 7, 2020 Today’s Thank You Note to God”