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Until I recently turned 56 years old, I never understood the saying “Youth is wasted on the young.” That old saw always seemed to be a tired and vaguely jealous complaint by a bunch of cranky older folks wishing to relive their salad days (Millenials: look it up). I think I get it now, though, and it’s not a happy thought. All of us are born with one life to live and one body to live it in. How many of us can look back on our youth and think “Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t change one single
This unforgettable and seemingly never-ending pandemic is turning out to be the great equalizer. Barista and superstar alike are home, padding around in their jammies, trying to entertain themselves and retain a grip on what remains of their sanity. Many of us take refuge, comfort and yes, even enjoyment in poking fun, looking for the humor, and trying keep their attitudes on the lighter side. Watching funny Tik Tok videos has become something of a national pastime. And don’t get me started on Facebook cat memes. Early on in the pandemic, in March of last year, I sent an email
I have 2 rescue dogs who have been with me since they were each about 1year old, about 7 years ago now. I realize that every person who has a dog feels like they have a special bond, and that’s true. Dogs can feel our emotions and respond accordingly. What a wonderful feeling! That is not what I am talking about here. One of my dogs, Aspen, literally reads my mind. He knows what I’m thinking and responds accordingly. I’m not talking about me walking to the pantry and he assumes I’m going to give him a treat. No, nothing

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