We’re leaving for Michigan tomorrow morning to spend a couple of weeks with our families.
We’ve rented a cabin in Holly, as our base of operations.
Our plan is to have the two oldest grandkids Jamel and Bria, stay at the cabin with us.
And let the other two come for day visits and an occasional overnight.
We’ll be roughing it with cable, wi-fi, swimming pool and a kiddie amusement park onsite.
It’ll be great to hear the second sweetest word in the English language again. The first being Dad, followed by Grandpa!
How Much Do You Know About Retirement?
Take The Retirement Quiz and find out when you click on the following blue link: Take The Retirement Quiz
How To Care For Aging Loved Ones:
New book about aging care, A Bittersweet Season, written by Jane Gross, a former reporter for The New York Times who wrote pioneering stories about AIDS and autism, has spent the last ten plus years caring for her aging Mother.
My Dad’s died from cancer in ’75 and my Mom is in an assisted living facility. So I’m kinda covered when it comes to elder care. (Other than my own which I trust is some decades away)
So I haven’t read the book. Yet, I did read a review and thought it could be helpful for anyone facing these kind of decisions.
You can also read the review when you click on the following blue link: Caring For Your Aging Loved Ones
How To Live 80 and Beyond:
New Consumers Report tells you how to do it: To read it, click on the following blue link: Living Past 80
Gone Missing: One Famous Dead Man:
Seems that Casey Kasem, long-time radio host of American Top 40 has disappeared.
Not only that, but he’s dead already.
But his daughter who got a restraining order to stop his burial so she can have him cremated, can’t find his body. IT’s not at the funeral home and the funeral director ain’t talking.
Poor Casey. I used to love hearing him count down those hits! To read more of this story, click on the following blue link: Burying Casey Kasem
That’s it for today…See you in Michigan!
Ideas for me, or comments are always very welcome.