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Carol A. Hand Ageist messages that I’m too old at 70 to do simple chores sometimes makes me hesitant to try But my courageous daughter inspires me and a funny thing happens when I do try anyway I … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Ah, summer outdoor chores, you have to love them Mowing the lawn that remains, “Sweating to the Oldies” comes to mind This is really more like the oldy profusely sweating But it’s something I can still do … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand I was saddened to hear you’ve begun a new journey, dear friend To a distant place that, although common, still has a mysterious end As I watched you struggle to find words, it was my heart that … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Yesterday, before I read the prompt for today’s Writing 101 assignment, I addressed this question. I wanted to reflect before the class began. “As I look at the larger patterns in my life, I realize that it’s … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand “I really HATE that report you’re working on!” Imagine hearing this this every morning as you walk through the door to do your job. Delivered in a strident nasal tone, this was my supervisor’s greeting and her … Continue reading