The Slow Curtain Closes

My mom had macular degeneration and I didn't understand...until I turned 60 and have had a serious conversation with my doctor. I want to follow her guidance and take the needed vitamins to help detour the progression of the changes.

Making the most of my days

I want to rest my eyes when tired and not stare at electronic devices. I want to enjoy my faith at my place of worship and love the relationships that mean the most. I love my family and want to make memories with them that will stay longer than years.

When my days are done and my family stands by my grave, I want to remember for bringing in zest and joy in the little things that eventually are the big things in life!

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