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Sep 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

The trip was made in order to wrap up some business details for our move from Texas to Arizona. It included a final walk through of the house, during which I met the previous owners. That was a “Before My Very Eyes” experience, because I had participated in purchasing the house without having even seen it. We visited with our realtor one more time. She is my spouse’s sister, so it was more than a business visit, it was an occasion for gratitude and celebration.

Before my very eyes, another venture was turning into an adventure. We were beginning our transition, making a shift from one environment to another, anticipating the tasks and choices and deliberating the decisions which would be a part of this new undertaking.

JUST FOR SUNDAY: 10/23/2011

Oct 23rd, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

The following quote has been used numerous times over the years as a way to focus what we seek in life to find fulfillment. It has served to open eyes and doors and windows for many. We hope it will speak to you as well.

THE RISK OF LOVING By Joseph Simons and Jeanne Reidy

We want and really need someone who will be involved in our life. When we open that hidden part of ourselves, even for a moment, we need someone who will react with us. We need someone who will share our strong emotions. We need someone so involved that they will be afraid with us, be glad with us, be depressed with us, who will expose their own humanity as we expose ours. It is this contact between two human beings, revealing their common sensitivities, which draws