I fully enjoyed speaking November 16, 2 pm, in Seattle at the “Brig” Community Center in Magnuson Park, 5751 33rd NE, 98105. This interactive discussion of maximizing your later decades was hosted by ”North East Seattle Together” (NEST), one of our 3 local villages http://nestseattle.org. NEST was well represented at the excellent National Village to Village Network Conference in Seattle Oct. 5, 6, and 7. NEST has the greatest participation of any of the 3 Seattle Villages. email@example.com
Thursday, November 19, 11:30 I’ll be at the White Horse Golf Club. The Pt. Ludlow Yacht Club Women’s Group has been kind enough to invite me to speak. If you are a member, I hope you’ll come!
Keep posted for the development of a village on Bainbridge. The Village concept is all about aging in place, which is surely what most of us want! Next meeting Nov. 21, at the Waterfront Park Community Center; call 206-842-1616 for details.
Kitsap Library Talks in 2016:
Poulsbo, Tuesday March 15 at 2
Silverdale, Friday March 18 at 3
Port Orchard, Tuesday March 22 at 2
Bainbridge Island, March 26 at 3
These interactive and ever-changing talks focus on decisions in your later decades to minimize living in a nursing home.
My goal in my last decades of life is to examine issues crucial to quality of life—everyone’s and mine. Hubris, I know, but also increasingly urgent.
A life-enhancing factor often excluding from talks on aging is that we all need a clean and healthy planet to age well. No credible scientists deny global warming; I think of it as global boiling. Our oceans are dying, our forests are burning, and outdoor activities are increasingly downright dangerous. Skin cancer from sun exposure is on the increase, cancer from pollution is going up, respiratory illness all over the world is rampant.
We can only save ourselves, or at least leave a decent planted for grandchildren, by saving the earth. How do we do that? Please, I honestly entreat your suggestions.