Congratulations to our three lucky winners.



2015 Resolution: Be a Good Neighbor to the Elderly by TheaHayes on ‎01-09-2015 02:54 PM

I need to spend more time with my elderly neighbors; some of them are very lonely and fragile, and I notice when I walk in the neighborhood that their age is "catching up with them."  Stopping by more often, checking on them directly or by phone, or bringing things by to brighten their day is what I'm thinking about doing, and I've started already! 




2015 My Memory boot camp and physical health work out by grill on ‎01-25-2015 07:26 PM

Since I have recently retired, I find my brain getting lazy. So, this year I plan to improve my memory by memorizing a shuffled deck of cards at least once a week. I will read one new novel a week and make an effort to remember the name of each person I meet. In order to make my mind work, I need to keep my body in shape too, I have already started daily workout routine.  I can do this. ! !




New (You) Year Resolution by rhemaword on ‎01-07-2015 11:08 AM

My New Years Resolution is to get my Mind, Heart, and Mouth in order. In our Minds we think it, then in our Hearts we feel it, and from our Mouths we speak it. I want to have a clean Mind, and Heart, so that nothing but good, come from my Mouth this year. I am a work in progress, but to strive for what you believe in is a first, healthy, and best step.




Congratulations to all of the winners!  These are some very fine and workable resolutions.  Good luck to you in 2015 as you put your resolutions into practice.  The resolutions are good examples for all of us!  ~  Mimi

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