Geezers At Work

When men age long enough to be true and real geezers, they must have had work creative and rewarding enough to allow them to reach geezerhood—or close to it. Some (Orrin Pilkey and Roy Schmidt) have written books about their journeys through multiple life experiences. As you read this post and know of, or have had occupations that need publication, we’ll do a supplement with all the details. So read on with wonder and admiration. Working one’s way toward an

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What’s Your HEALTH SPAN?

What’s Your HEALTH SPAN? Men who have made it to “geezer hood” probably ate what their mothers told them during their youth and may have continued down that nutritional path long into maturity. However, more than likely they developed other tastes, some of very questionable value, as more tempting options became known.  We asked several geezers their favorite foods today, and were told: Sausage Tomato sandwiches Beer (?) Fried chicken Seafood Salmon Ice Cream One exceptional geezer from Arizona, age

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PLAY BALL!!!

PLAY BALL !!! James Blake, was an American tennis professional from 1999 to 2013—obviously, not a geezer. But he caught my attention with his book ”Ways of Grace”, stories of activism, adversity, and how sports can bring us together. What follows here are some short bio’s of several geezers that will summarize for us all how sports made a strong impact on their lives following or during their professional careers. If you live in a community loaded with retirement residents,

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Living With Disabilities

LIVING WITH DISABILITIES The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) was given enforcement power. This was a civil rights act that provided full equality in all forms of activity to persons with any sort of disability. While legislation helped open doors for many who are disabled, the ADA cannot help people walk, eat, speak, write, think clearly or otherwise live as they did before becoming disabled. Thus, there are millions

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