A woman walked into a Starbucks and…

  At first glance, when I stroll into my favorite coffee shoppe to order a Pumpkin-Spice-Double-Mocha-Half-Caf-Latte (yum) I see other customers mulling about, waiting for their cup of salvation, and passing the time texting on their cell phones. A second glance shows serious writers tucked in a corner tapping away on their laptops and tablets … More A woman walked into a Starbucks and…

The Final Step

(Or Keep Movin’ to Keep Thinkin’) Part 9 of my “Senior Moment or…Something More?” Series Fact: In these United States, 10,000 people turn 65 every day. 10 percent of them have Alzheimer’s dementia. Early Signs and symptoms include: Making bad decisions consistently – i.e. parking at the mall, leaving the car engine running and the … More The Final Step

A Room Full of Brains (and I don’t mean a computer geeks meeting)

Part 5 of my “Senior Moment or…Something More?” Series In my former life, I worked as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in community-based hospital laboratories. During those 40+ years, I pretty much “did it all”,  including the area of Anatomic Pathology. That’s the laboratory section that analyzes, evaluates, and reports out information on body parts. Think … More A Room Full of Brains (and I don’t mean a computer geeks meeting)