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The Sandwich Generation – 2018 Update

So, I am definitely the “nana” of two young girls! The oldest is now 7½ and the youngest  about to celebrate her 5th birthday! They are a darling duo — fun, sweet, loving, playful, and keep Pa and Nana busy, … Continue reading

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The Sandwich Generation – Spring 2014 Update

So, I am definitely the “nana” of two little girls! The oldest is now 3 ½ and the little one is celebrating her first birthday! They are a darling duo — fun, sweet, loving, playful, and keep Pa and Nana … Continue reading

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Coping With Holiday Grief

At holiday time, many people are dealing with loss and are often caught in a dilemma between the need to grieve and the pressure to get into the spirit of the season. Holidays or not, it is important for the … Continue reading

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