Love words? So do I! No matter how hard we try to be precise though, verbal communication can be confusing. Here fellow blogger, Sharon Lynne Bonin-Pratt, shows us one example of how when we combine our actions with our words, magic can result…
That which we encounter everyday should be that which we celebrate. That which we celebrate can be that which teaches us how better to do what we love. And that which we love can inspire us to write, even when we think our inspiration took off with the last Mongol invasion of Central Asia.
Crossword puzzles occupy a lot of my time, especially true in the last eight years. I don’t have an obsessive love of crosswords, but my mom always did. A pop-in visit to see my folks was as likely to be met with the urgently asked, “What’s a seven letter word for something important?” (gravity) as a heartfelt, “Glad you came by.” Right there, the beginning of a story for NaNoWriMo. Whose mom wants the right puzzle word more than a visit from her progeny? Yours, course. (Well, mine, but you know what I mean.) You thought…
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Ahoy Cap’n! Ahoy Mateys! Pirates all of us, navigating the sometimes treacherous waters of life, let us set our sails on helping scientists steer us away from dementia!
This game has me hooked (Yo! Ho! Ho!) because its FUN and its FREE. Better still, it makes me feel virtuous for fiddling with my phone. Every time any of us downloads and plays it, we help everyone!
The game tracks how we navigate memory and learning. This video explains it way better:
Thoughts on games, dementia, altruism or anything else? Please share below.
My youngest black dog clearly laughs with joy at being tickled by a new playmate. I can’t help but laugh along whenever I look at this photo.
If you were a dog, but had opposable thumbs, what kind of social media would you use?