This Week in Elder News: 30 August 2008
Saturday, 06 September 2008
In this regular weekend feature you will find links to news items from the preceding week related to elders and aging, along with whatever else catches my fancy that I think you might like to know. Suggestions are welcome with, however, no promises of publication.
Due to an extra-busy few days and taking time now for a friend who is visiting for a long weekend, there is no Elder News this week. If you come back tomorrow, there will be Sunday links to blogs about election issues.
Meanwhile, do stop by The Elder Storytelling Place to vote for your favorite story in the August Excellence in Storytelling Award. The ballot is in the right sidebar. Voting closes tomorrow, Sunday, at midnight.
I like the idea of your column and blog, and I realize you have the right to make it what you want. However, I would enjoy it much more if it were not so political and one sided.
Posted by: Linda | Saturday, 06 September 2008 at 12:42 PM
Thanks for putting this down on "paper." I started having these experiences about 10 years ago. The first was being out in our beloved garden and hearing a voice inside my head say: some day this will all belong to someone else. I haven't gotten to the more ego-less second part. I look forward to it, though. Thanks again.
Posted by: Peg Thompson | Monday, 08 September 2008 at 08:08 AM