July 2, 2020

As with most of our national holidays, we sometimes forget the meaning behind the Fourth of July.

Lost deep within the barbecues, the fireworks, the picnics, the red, white, and blue food and clothes, the sparklers, and the parades, we find the meaning of the holiday--t...

June 29, 2020

This time of year, quarantine is especially difficult for our staff and residents. We occasionally reminisce about the "good old days" when we went on outings to the park, the museum, a restaurant.

We try to shake things up. We take small loads of residents out on drive...

June 25, 2020

Tomorrow is National Beautician's Day.

In these past few months, absence has made our ladies' hearts grow even fonder toward our beauticians.

Kim Schneider typically comes in on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Joan Corson comes in on Thursday afternoons. The regularity...

June 22, 2020

I remember how carefree road trips were when I was a child--my siblings and I tucked into the backseat with books and snacks, my dad at the wheel, and my mom reading snatches of her book to Dad as we bumped along.

I don't remember worrying about where we would stay the...

June 18, 2020

Have you ever wondered why God refers to Himself as a father? Why would Someone whose nature is so far above humanity liken Himself to a mortal, earthly figure?

Let's face it. Our dads made mistakes. They did while they were raising us, they did when we were leaving the...

June 15, 2020

When I think of Homecoming Day, I tend to think about the massive amount of work that goes with it--the organizing of groups and items to make everything seamless for attendees.

But every year after benefit--tired and exhausted as I am--I am so excited that I am almost...

June 11, 2020

In these months of quarantine and social distancing, we have been making good use of our live-streaming capabilities.

Thanks to our Activity Director, Mary Beth Banwart, and our Maintenance Director, Dan Magnuson, the system was up and running in April and has been goin...

June 8, 2020

Over the past few months, we've been blessed by the support of our community.

Yes, the regulations have been extensive. Yes, we've had to work with each other and put up with differing opinions on how things should be done.

But it's been incredible to see the community r...

June 4, 2020

Have you been wondering what's been keeping us busy?

When the quarantine first began, most of us struggled through finding ways to stay occupied and happy in a time when visitors were restricted.

Obviously, large gatherings in the lobby discussing old times came to a scr...

June 1, 2020

If you're like me, you're sick and tired of hearing about the virus. You're tired of living life in this cramped, socially distant way.

Perhaps in summer more than any other season, we are social creatures. Summer calls for bonfires on the beach, pool parties, barbecues...

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