By Chrissie Amman, marketing director, Aberdeen Village
One of our newest residents, Carl Erwin, recently shared “Book #1,” a compilation of his funny one-liners, words of wisdom and tidbits of humor.
His face lit up as he remembered the situations
Paul and Betty Jo Gilkison have enjoyed years of harmony in their seven-decade marriage.
“We’ve never really had too many troubles,” said Betty.
Of course, Betty has good advice for any couple, whether they’re going through hard times or not.
By Diane Gunsolley, chaplain, Aberdeen Village
If there is one thing that most of us want, it is to feel better emotionally. We want to be happy.
If I told you there was a new medicine on the market that could make you happy, would you be interested?
Aberdeen Village resident Elden Beebe was recently honored with an article in the Kansas Certified Public Accountant (KSCPA) newsletter. The article highlighted Elden’s career as a CPA in Dodge City, Kan., and also called attention to Jan. 29, his
“I have a question for you, Aim,” Mom said from her blue La-Z-Boy. “How did you stay so positive during everything you went through?”
This takes me by surprise. “Uh, Prozac?” I joke, and she laughs.
She needs to laugh. I
“I give them a $20,000 gift and I don’t get a thank you?” Sound familiar? The dollar amount may vary, but the frustration is the same. More and more people are frustrated and confounded at the lack of appreciation