My friend, Mike Couvillion, died yesterday at OCH Regional Hospital and I didn’t even get to tell her good-bye or how much I admired and loved her.
Betty White is a great example of the anti-aging personality.
I received a good “forwarded message” today from Larry. It resonated with me for some reason, so against my policy, I’m reprinting portions for you – with my edits, of course.
I’ve spent far too much time in my life waiting for what I call “the next big thing”- those red letter days when you get the big promotion or win the lottery.
Thankfully, I’ve come to realize that ordinary life IS the big thing.
I walked outside early this morning and did a double take – my gosh, winter moved in while I slept. My first thought was “Well, finally. I can make my first batch of chili.”
My second thought was, “No, I think I’ll take a healthier route to celebrate the arrival of these wonderful fall temperatures. I’m cooking up a batch of spaghetti squash instead.
Here’s an interesting finding I ran across this morning in Deepak Chopra’s book “Ageless Body, Timeless Mind.”
“…a hidden factor in (aging) could be dehydration which impairs a person’s judgment before he realizes that there is a problem” suggests the author.