Driving through the neighborhood was similar to hiking through a mine field. Limbs were down, some driven straight into the ground; flowers were flattened; small rivers ran into overflowing gutters. A neighbor who had been in the process of re-roofing their house had two rooms with sagging ceilings…it seems there was a hole in the… Read More


Molly is blind in one eye, can’t see out of the other (well, maybe shadows), is stone deaf after multiple years of being told one word commands, and exhibits traits of dementia. Just the other day Molly landed on her head when missing the front step, resulting in a comical somersault. She shook her embarrassment… Read More


If anyone were to walk into my kitchen right now, they would be scratching their head in confusion. Just why the heck does this woman have all her drawers and cabinet doors open? I should explain…I’m cooking something a little complicated. It seems meat and potatoes just don’t make the cut lately with the increasing… Read More


Each day starts and ends with a hug, sprinkled with random hugs throughout the day. We are open to this sincere display of emotion without bias of age, sex, religion, ethnic background or political affiliation. Not only are we experts in finding the best Senior Living Community for our clients, but we are definitely experts… Read More


I remember a time in the back woods of Oklahoma (just how does one get lost when aiming for Oklahoma City?) I took a deep breath, pulled into a secluded bar/convenience store, opened the squeaky screened door and said “I’m lost.” An elderly gentleman with a Southern drawl immediately summed me up as a Yankee.… Read More