Merrily Orsini's

Technology is one way to better meet needs

Happy Labor Day

Celebrating our labor force today. Seems to me the people who work provide the fuel for the economy. We work to support our lifestyles or to put away money for eventual retirement. Or to just survive. But the people who work pay into the system and that is, for the[…]

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Mix up the ages of your playmates for some joy and longevity

Playfulness May Be One Key to Intellectual Longevity

Do you have grandkids or have exposure to those at differing ages and interests than you? Do you spend time each day in some kind of mental exposure to things outside work, or drudgery? Can you say that you enjoy life and have a smile on your face most times[…]

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Louisville Celebrates Muhammad Ali

The Champ Lost His Final Fight: Parkinson’s Disease

Inspiring. An inspiration. RIP Muhammad Ali, the Louisville Lip, our cherished native son, a practicing Muslim, a conscientious objector, a quiet and peaceful man matured from a restless and vociferous young man. And, of course, a past heavyweight champion of the world, three times. A champion who met with and[…]

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The insidious effects of the beginnings of a dementia

Things May Not Be What They, At First, Seem

Ah the insidious (sometimes) slow but devastating effects of aging. If you have a loved one who seems to be slipping mentally, that first realization is the beginning of the hardest part. The hardest part is in determining when is the person slipping mentally going to need help? Because, like[…]

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