ARCHIVES: About the header explanation

 

About the header…

The PHOTOS

Emma
Emma, on the left, is my mother-in-law, almost 95 years old, still going, but not going strong. To learn more, click on the link: EMMA

Karla
Zia Karla, Emma’s 87 year old sister, pictured on the right lives in Italy. To learn more about her and her sister and brother, Zia Irma and Zio Lino, click on FAMIGLIA

The CENTRE
The centre of the header is the theme section,  modified monthly in relation to the news and important events. The site philosophy is to be an added source of information and news for older adults to whom the site is dedicated. The aim is to inform, encourage and motivate 55+ year old site visitors to remain active and participate in as much as they can. Life is most enjoyed when you participate in as much as you can.

We thank all who have visited and sent compliments and commentary making this task very gratifying and satisfying.

Best,
Richard

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The latest 12 posts:

RICHARD writes...: I hate to say it, but I told you so: Patrick Brown may be a dud as a party leader - It's been said here before, and it bears repetition, but this man will not lead the PC party to victory. The party blew it when they passed on Christine Elliot. Now their poll support is melting away faster … Continue reading
ARCHIVES: I Know This Much Is True - I Know This Much Is True,  Lamb, Wally 1998  900 pgs. Another family dynamic of twin brothers and the affect they have on one another's lives and all the supporting background.  The characters of Mom and Stepdad are powerful … Continue reading
Bk Club NEWSLETTER: Issue 1-1, Sept. 2017 - Vol 1, Issue 1 Petticoat Creek Book Club September, 2017  New season The book club has read another year’s worth of books, some lauded and applauded, some panned and canned. What we read: State of Wonder Midnight in … Continue reading
BOOK CLUB Petticoat Creek: Launch of Petticoat Creek Book Club newsletter - Have you ever selected a book from a bestseller list, only to be disappointed, wondering how it ever made it to the list? There is a better way to find books that are likely to be enjoyable reads. Confer with … Continue reading
READS & REVIEWS: The puzzle: how did humanity jump from primitive primates to highly intelligent beings - Move over Dan Brown, another author is pushing you on the stage. James Rollin’s Bone Labyrinth is a Da Vinci Code wannabe…and nearly succeeds. Historical fiction is fun stuff. Bone Labyrinth A war is coming, a battle that … Continue reading
POSITIVE THINKING: 21 Rules For Good Aging - [Worth repeating: originally posted June, 2016 ] Some of us have reached our golden years, and some of us have not. But these suggestions should be read by everyone. Collected and tested by many seniors, many of these … Continue reading
BOOKS: Fallis writes another enjoyable read - Books are piling up on the staircase like on a shelf at the local library. I read and read and as soon as finish one, there's another waiting to be read. Now, if I only could learn to … Continue reading
RICHARD writes...: Fake news - In this age of fake news, truthful hyperbole, and outright lying in the news, it is important to examine the news with a sceptical eye, a questioning perspective, a grain of salt. The provincial Liberals have offered a site which supposedly corrects, … Continue reading
ARCHIVES: About the header explanation -   About the header... The PHOTOS Emma Emma, on the left, is my mother-in-law, almost 95 years old, still going, but not going strong. To learn more, click on the link: EMMA Karla Zia Karla, Emma's 87 year old sister, pictured … Continue reading
ARCHIVES: Karla - Pictured on the right in the header is Zia Karla, one of Emma's sisters. Karla and Emma's other sister, zia Irma both live near Verona in Italy. All three sisters still talk to each other by phone each week, usually on Sunday afternoons. They … Continue reading
ARCHIVES: Emma - More about Nonna Emma is my mother-in-law, almost 95 years old, still going, but not going strong. She recently moved into a retirement home after still being in her Scarborough home up until the early summer (2017) at … Continue reading
BOOKS: WOOL - Bestseller lists should be taken with a grain of salt. Being listed on a bestseller list is no guarantee that the book is a good read. It simply means that according to that list, the book has been … Continue reading
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