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I Miss You, Paula Kay – by Kathy Carmichael

Earlier this month my older sister, Paula Kay Carmichael, passed away. We thought it was amusing that we each married Carmichael men. My husband was born in Scotland, hers in Arkansas, but they had to be distant cousins since the … Continue reading

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The Power of Words

This lady will be celebrating her 89th birthday in a month. Unfortunately, she also fell and broke her hip last Wednesday. We were horrified at the time, because she’s Mel’s mother, and she has Alzheimer’s. Conventional wisdom is that when … Continue reading

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Is The Memory The First Thing To Go?

My husband and I were lamenting the fact that as we’ve gotten older, it’s far too easy to forget the simplest things. We still joke about the time he was looking for his glasses, which of course were resting on … Continue reading

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