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Aging: The road ahead might be narrowing

Like the spinal canal in my neck, the road ahead seems to be narrowing for me and yet I try to convince myself otherwise. Based on my family history, I figure I have lived almost two-thirds of the years I […]

Aging: The road ahead might be narrowing

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Like the spinal canal in my neck, the road ahead seems to be narrowing for me and yet I try to convince myself otherwise. Based on my family history, I figure I have lived almost two-thirds of the years I […]

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Mental Health: The time to talk about it is now

Go ahead, admit it. You've thought about it. Maybe it was a fleeting moment. Perhaps it was something you pondered for a while and changed your mind. It may

Wisdom from Coach Moore

Recently I was having fun with my pal Rod on Facebook. We were needling each other over this being the start of his 23rd year of teaching. I remember

Trump and his wall of trouble

Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have

In search of tools and other thoughts

My mind feels like it is frying thanks to the heat, and in my case, humidity. It is not helping we do not have any AC at our house

Football: I will pass on it

The NFL and college football seasons are about to hit us full force and I have to sadly admit, I no longer care. I am a lifelong lover of

Life lessons from running

This morning, I logged a five mile run over a grass course loop I made up at a nearby park. I finished with two laps around the quarter mile

Say Goodbye: Coming to grips with the progress of life

The Facebook post was one of those I see so often but still caught me off guard, “Is in a relationship.” I knew my ex-wife was seeing someone, she

Eclipsing reality

I was just picking up the pieces of my life after a horrible bout of Y2K Virus when everyone started screaming about the next apocalypse, or was it eclipse?

Punching back against chronic pain

It began as a headache, something I thought was the result from working at the front desk of the Senior Center and dealing with an automatic sliding door opening

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