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Another Great Memory …

Well, it happened again last night, that thing I do all the time where I’m out walking at night and out of the blue, a thought or a memory hits. I’ve written about that before, and this is one of those times I have just got to write it down. In college, back in Wyoming, I made friends with a group of people from Jackson, Wyoming, near Jackson Hole. I would go there with them on school vacations and make visits over the summer. We got to be good friends and it was always non-stop fun, real fun. They were…

Cake Or Pie? Let Us Know

It’s Thanksgiving Day and you’re stuffed with all the good food. Now it’s time for dessert. Which is your favorite? Cake or Pie? Related Posts:Fall Recipe from the BEST: Gloria’s Stuffed Acorn SquashBEST Wishes for Thanksgiving!Happy Thanksgiving 2020Soup Group at Home: Quick-Sealing FoodSoup Group: Food Storage TipsHoliday Celebration: Tacoma and Puyallup Brain Injury…

National Family Caregivers Month

It’s November again, and that means it’s National Family Caregivers Month, which honors those who serve as caregivers for family members and loved ones. These are not people who set out to be professional caregivers, but unexpectedly became caregivers when a severe negative health situation disabled a family member and made it necessary to assume the role. They may or may not be able to afford a certified caregiver or may feel that they themselves are best suited to care for their loved one. Many, if not most, became caregivers with no training, but the point is that they voluntarily…

Seasonal Affective Disorder and TBI

Oh boy. Another rainy fall day in Washington (yawn). It rains a lot here in the fall and winter, which means it’s also cloudy a lot in those seasons. It’s cloudy more than half the days of the year, which makes it gloomy for many people here, but not me, having lived most of my life in Wyoming and Minnesota. It doesn’t rain in either state as much as the Pacific Northwest, but those two states have their own style of cloudy gloominess. What Wyoming and Minnesota have in common is lots of snow. For half the year all that…

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