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Welcome, everyone! Pull up a chair and spend two or three minutes with me (my posts are usually short). Together, let’s explore growing old — the good, bad, happy, sad and quirky. And hopefully, begin a conversation with your replies and comments. I look forward to meeting and hearing from you!
Carole Leskin describes some of the life lessons learned from the first year of the COVID19 pandemic.
Carole Leskin describes the daily emptiness she finds in her calendar because of the pandemic.
Carole Leskin tours the Budapest Ghetto and learns about the "stolpersteine," or "stumbling stones" that commemorate the Holocaust.
Jewish Sacred Aging contributing writer Carole Leskin was interviewed on the "Next Avenue Podcast," produced by Twin Cities PBS (TPT) for a national audience.
Carole Leskin writes about the isolation of face masks in the pandemic and their impact on people who want to smile at others.
Carole Leskin savors the triumph of a walk among the wildflowers.
Carole Leskin expresses her outrage at the suggestion by some that older Americans are disposable in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Carole Leskin writes about her neighbor Mac, and the community garden he started.
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