By Luis E. Martinez, DDM
A few months ago, I had the privilege of meeting a few of our wounded soldiers at an event. Listening to their experiences, I felt inadequate as they spoke of losing their sight, limbs, and loved ones. I was amazed at their strength to continue on with their [...]
GRAND MEMORIES AND MOMENTS
By Alice Muschany
“It’s the things you learn after you know it all that count.”
— John Wooden
Our grown kids threw a party when my husband and I finally purchased cell phones.
After wearing myself out running [...]
Know Your Homecare Options Before You Need Them
By Jeff Huber
No matter how many good arguments might be made for a senior to leave home, remaining where decades of memories were created is often the best reason to stay.
In fact, industry surveys tell us that [...]
The Best Gift for a Lifetime is the protections of the USA’s Constitution!
By Varvara M. Gokea, Esq.
A little-known section of the Immigration and Naturalization Act allows US grandparents to step in and assist their minor born overseas grandchildren to obtain the USA citizenship.
A growing number of [...]
December 01, 2012 12:04 am • Associated Press
NYUMBANI, Kenya — There are no middle-aged people in Nyumbani. They all died years ago, before this village of hope in Kenya began. Only the young and old live here.
Nyumbani was born of the AIDS crisis. The 938 children here all saw their parents die. [...]
By: Michael Levin
The next-to-last time I saw Zig Ziglar, I was one of 17,000 in attendance at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, where he was speaking as part of a program of superstars, including Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, and Joe Montana. He was onstage accompanied by his daughter, Julie [...]