Slavery:  An Essay on Equal Justice and the Freedom to Protest BY JACK LEVINE Like so many members of my advocacy network, I have been absorbed by the intense level

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Never miss a moment with GrandPad At a time when personal contact is more precious than ever, society has turned to technology to stay connected with family and friends. Ironically,

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A Time for This is Now I’m a Catholic mom with a dear friend, Sarah, who’s also a Catholic mom. We both feel called to speak up on the recent

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Helping Grandchildren Through The Pandemic BY REBECCA WHEAT As grandparents, we can be wonderful listeners and validate their feelings.  What were the challenges this year and what were the highlights? 

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Spring, The Season Of Transitions BY JACK LEVINE Tallahassee is where we have called home for 43 years. One of our local town slogans is “Where Spring Begins.”  My wife, Charlotte, and

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What is Love From The Mouths Of Babes BY JACK LEVINE Wishing you and your loved ones well.  As Valentine’s Day approaches, I’m pleased to share this heartfelt message with

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Social Distancing Provides New Ways to Learn BY BRENDA MAHLER Our granddaughters moved in with us at our cabin in the woods. The walls on their house were closing in

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Hey Grandparents! Do You Know About Moover Toys? BY CHRISTINE CROSBY If you’re like me, when I consider making a legacy toy purchase for my grandchildren, I want to know

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I Will Not Let This Relationship Suffer BY KERRY BYRNE, Ph.D. We were at the airport. My father’s face crumpled and so did mine. With his 2-year-old grandchild strapped to

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Happy New Year 2021 Most experts agree that it’s important for people to say farewell to 2020 in a healthy way. They say it’s not only OK to acknowledge all

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All things podcast BY DEANNA SHOSS Podcasts are audio recordings you can listen to from your computer, smartphone, or any mobile device. It’s kind of like the old mystery theater

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Dr. Kiltz–Tips & Advice on Positive Thinking & Smart Eating from a Medical Doctor– For many people, the start of a new year is a time to recharge, reflect, and recommit

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Thanks to Romper.com, we have some great ideas for grandparents staying in touch with their long-distance grandkids. “During this time of crisis, it is even more important for grandkids to

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The holidays are here, and The Art Box Academy is ready to help bring out the artist in your grandchildren and keep them engaged, ignited, and inspired! A dear friend

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The Sunday School of Grandma and Grandpa By Barbara Greenleaf When our younger daughter saw that Sunday school was not going to reopen due to the Coronavirus, she asked her

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2020 HINDSIGHT BY RICHARD EYRE has there ever been a year like 2020 when it began we hoped for a year of clear vision but beware of what you wish

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Do Estranged Mothers Blame Themselves More Than Dads? BY DR. JOSHUA COLEMAN One of the biggest obstacles to your ongoing serenity is the idea that being a good mother means

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Attitude, Presence, and Gratitude Quotes: The Importance of Being Present BY BRIAN DAVID CRANE The right mindset is an indispensable tool in the quest for self-actualization. There are three pillars

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A Reason, a Season, a Lifetime BY ANNETTE PETRICK Click to listen or follow below to read A Reason, A Season, A Lifetime  #456 People come into your life for a

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Granddad at Play BY CAROLYN RAPHAEL Almost every night, sometime between 8:30 and 11:00 PM, my daughter, Melissa, calls her 82-year-old father to do the NY Times crossword puzzle on

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