Monthly Archives: June, 2016

When I am old and need extra care. . .

Recently I attended a lecture provided by an employee/administrator of a local assisted living/nursing home.  It was fascinating.  The lecture consisted of participation with the speaker as we filled in a four-part questionnaire.  She said, “Someday, if not already, you will be impacted by dementia.  That dementia may turn into full-blown Alzheimer’s disease.”  The most …

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Good Things can Become Bad Things

What do you do with rhubarb?  Recently I saw an episode of “Chopped” in which one of the mystery ingredients in the basket was rhubarb. Only one of the chefs knew what rhubarb tasted like or how to use it. Rhubarb is a cold weather plant and most people who like in the North or …

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His Plan for Me

I found these penetrating lines this morning enclosed in a sermon by L. Ravenhill.  I just felt I needed to share it. His Plan For Me When I stand at the Judgment Seat of Christ And He shows His plan for me, The plan of my life as it might have been Had He had …

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Let’s Sing!

This morning I heard a presentation by a woman who is head of a local nursing home unit that houses dementia patients.  In her presentation she said that the memory holds on to music until the very last of our lives.  Music is used in therapy with those suffering with end- of-life dementia.  I thought …

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