Gay couple – they are people, too!
I am not gay, but there is always one in every generation of my family.
When I was young, I was effeminate that my Mom wanted me to be a priest. LOL!
Maybe my consciousness revolted against the idea that I shed off that trait as I grew up. But my younger brother got that familial aberrant gene. And my nephew and uncles and cousins on both sides of the family.
Stanley Podolski, 88 with wife of 66 years, Eleanor, 85-yrs-old. – he foiled a fraud.
Do you know that each year, hundreds of thousands of American seniors are robbed of their hard earned retirement funds
“Every year, hundreds of thousands of seniors are victims of fraud and theft,” says Ann Harkins, president and CEO of the National Crime Prevention Council. Then she adds, “Many Americans cannot ID the red flags of fraud, and they are not familiar with what to look for.”
86-yr-old Triathlete: Sister Madonna Buder, the Iron Nun
This is a story of the life-changing powers of the mind that can come to us anytime of our lives – even in later years.
Sister Madonna Buder was born Marie Dorothy Buder in July 1930 in St. Louise, Missouri.
At age 14, she decided to become a nun. At age 20, she entered the convent, coming out as a nun when she was 23.
She achieved her first calling.
I can still do it – 73-yr-old sidewalk vendor
I was having bouts of depression last week and told my daughter about it more as a way of letting go than for an advice. Instinctively she said, “You have no reason to be. A lot of people are in worse situation than you.”
Her off-the-cuff remark immediately reminded me of the sidewalk vendor I chatted with a couple of weeks ago.
This is her story…