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A Boomer Thanksgiving at Windsong

 inspired by The Garden of Proserpine, by Algernon Charles Swinburne   Here at home, the world is quiet; Until the Thanksgiving crowd arrives ‘Tis a shame to utter ‘diet’ Amid turkey, side dishes, and pies; I sit in the courtyard knowing In spring my flowers will be growing Where now autumn winds are blowing And […]

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An Active Adult Thanksgiving Acrostic

We all enjoy the “festive-ness” of holidays: a favorite side dish, dressing (or “stuffing”) done a certain way, pecan pie, the good china, all the leaves in the dining room table, and football on the television… and, of course, surrounding ourselves with the family and friends for whom we are thankful. Regardless of how wonderful […]

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Windsong Helps Active Adults Enjoy Stress-Free Holidays

Polar Vortex. End of Daylight Savings Time. Two Weeks Until Thanksgiving. Of the events that occur in November, the beginning of the Holiday Season seems to be the one that spurs feelings of stress, even though we look forward to spending time with family and friends. Is it the shopping? The cooking? The travel? Or […]

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