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Just finished reading this article on the LifeVantage Blog - a quick and inspirational read! Enjoy, Mary
Thursday, August 25, 2016
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Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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Monday, August 22, 2016
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Friday, August 19, 2016
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Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Saturday, July 23, 2016
1. This one is only $115 from Vbridal - it comes in gold or navy, but I love the silver. What do you think?
2. My second choice is also a surprisingly good bargain and it kind of cracks me up that there IS a Black Mother of the Bride Dress website.
3. I like it - especially for $69! Its on Ebay, so I might not decide in time
So which one? Comment to vote!
Out for another beautiful day of fishing on the Delaware bay! As always, I was hopeful there would be fish for dinner, but had a back up plan just in case!
We headed out to drift by the outer wall and caught a couple of nice Kingfish! I put them on a stringer and we continued to drift for a while. The bites slowed to non existent, so we headed for the inner wall.
I put the stringer of fish back out and tied them kind of loosely to the cleat since there was such a length of it (it is really for the pier so it is 20 feet long!).
There was a tense moment when ferry's were both coming and going on either side of us. Other than few if any more bites, it was a great day - perfect weather really.
Then I heard Jim shout and I lurched for the stringer that was rapidly pulling away from the boat I missed it and broke one of the guides on my rod (not the new Penn, thankfully!). I felt sick.
"I'm going to cry." I said, "I'm going to throw up!" I was so upset I couldn't breath for a moment. Finally we just started fishing again - in silence. I got a bite! I started reeling it in.
I actually saw the second Kingfish we caught earlier slip off the stringer I had just caught with my line and realized the first fish was really just a head now.
Probably not a good idea to have a stringer of fish hanging in the water outside the boat in shark -infested waters.
Well, the bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwiches were pretty good, actually!
Sunday, July 17, 2016
July 16, 2016
Great Historic Lewes Farmers Market today! So many good produce is available this time of year. Our first stop is almost always Tommy's stand - he owns Kalmar Farms in Harrington, DE. two large cantaloupes for $5! We ate one on cottage cheese when we got home. We don't know everyone by name, but we have our favorites, for sure.
Another must do is Old World Bakery, where we have a hard time deciding between garlic and olive, usually. Today we just got the organic sourdough whole wheat. It is "different" and I don't mean that in a bad way. it is literally like nothing you ever had.
While one of the stand hands, Maggie, and I were discussing the merits of this sour, hearty bread made without yeast, a man tried in vein to interrupt. I found out later from Jim that he had obtained a croissant from another stand hand and wanted to pay, just wanted to pay, and kept waving his money around. "He must be from the city," Jim noted. Yes, must be.
It's nice to talk to the farmers and learn about how they raise their crops and about some of the unusual items they sell or how to prepare them. Davidson's Exotic Mushrooms actually makes recipes from there mushrooms and have samples and recipe cards to share with the patrons. This is such a nice touch and the recipes are always delicious!
While buying cherry tomatoes from one stand, I asked about romaine or other lettuce for our BLT sandwiches we had planned for lunch (not with the cherry tomatoes!) and were kindly referred to the hydroponics farmer. We were, indeed able to obtain some beautiful butter crunch lettuce for our BLTs. In this heat!
Right now, our plan is for roasted vegetables, with a little chicken for dinner. All done on the grill for easy cleanup and yummy taste!
Saturday, July 16, 2016
No sooner did he cut away a good part of the net than the snake slither its way back in. I was a patient witness and felt like there was nothing I could do, when finally we decided Jim would have to hold the snake's head and tail and I would cut away the netting along it's length.
It worked! I am sure he was even happier to be free than we were to see him go!
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
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Here is a short list of some common signs that may indicate abuse in your elder:
Fractures and breaks
Cuts, open wounds or punctures
Bruises and abrasions
Sprains or dislocations
Change in mood or behavior
Consider activity levels and the elder's particular situation when attempting to evaluate whether there is a concern for abuse.
If a caregiver is involved and doesn't want the elders to have visitors alone or indicates the elder is not available to visitors, this may be a potential indicator for abuse.
It should go without say, but it doesn't: If an elder reports being hit, slapped, pinched or hurt in anyway this is a potential indicator for abuse and should be investigated.
Caregiving can be stressful and often those providing this valuable service are overworked and underpaid, as the saying goes. They may have additional stressors they bring from home or pressures from employers that may fuel their frustration.
Develop a relationship with the caregiver and visit often and at varied times to be sure you are getting a complete picture or your elder's day.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Whatever the level of function, most seniors can benefit from some sort of exercise. Doing so will not only give them something to do and, eventually, look forward to, but may also make them actually FEEL better.
Here is a good, short video that explains the benefit of exercise on depression.
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