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Someone paid me a wonderful compliment a few weeks ago. “You’re so adventurous,” she said, with a touch of wistfulness. “I’m not. I just can’t seem to get out and do stuff like you.
”A long time ago, I decided that life is for living.
I decided I would not let any opportunities to do things pass me by, however quirky they were or however much other people frowned upon me doing them. Right after I graduated from college, I went to the nearest racetrack and starting working with racehorses, which had been my lifelong dream. Although it upset my parents and family terribly, I did it anyway. As I told myself then, I did not want to end up rocking on the front porch of the Shady Pines Rest Home regretting that I’d never chased my dream just because other people thought it was reckless or impractical.
I certainly advocate rocking on a front porch at the end of a long busy day, when you just want to take time to admire the sunset and refresh and renew yourself for tomorrow. Perhaps you will say yourself, as I often do, “And now, for my next adventure.”
Live life like you mean it,
Thomas W. Miller, Ph.D., ABPP, is a professor emeritus and senior research scientist, Center for Health, Intervention and Prevention, University of Connecticut; retired service chief from the VA Medical Center; and tenured professor in the Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky.
Mary Ellis Patton is an associate at Bluegrass Elderlaw, PLLC in Lexington, Kentucky. In her practice, Mary uses customized Powers-
Bobby E Reynolds has been an attorney in Kentucky for several years. He practices law in Nicholasville, Kentucky, having previously clerked for a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals and having obtained an LL.M in taxation from the University of Florida College of Law Graduate Tax Program. Mr. Reynolds also teaches continuing legal education to attorneys in Kentucky.
Harleena Singh is a professional freelance writer with a background in teaching and education. She has a keen interest in food and health related issues and can be approached through her website freelancewriter.co. Checkout her blog and network with her on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook.
Lauren Ashley German is the Community Relations Director at Highgrove at Tates Creek, a premier senior living community opening fall of 2016. Formally with the Alzheimer’s Association, Lauren Ashley has had the privilege of working with families across Kentucky dealing with all levels of dementia as well as the senior living communities that serve them.
Dr. Graebe received both his B.S degree in Visual Science and Doctorate of Optometry from Indiana University. He is a Behavioral Optometrist and learning expert. He has been in private practice here in the Bluegrass area for the past 32 years.
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