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Meet Teddy, Grief Therapy Specialist

The human-canine bond goes back thousands of years and recently Arlington decided to put that bond to work.  Enter Teddy, a six-month-old white Golden-Doodle.  Happy and content, Teddy seems to charm everyone who comes in contact with him.  Currently, Teddy is spending his days at Arlington’s Administrative Center but will…...

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All I Want for Christmas

I LOVE fall!  And our area (Cincinnati) has wonderful festivals to usher in this great season.  Last night we attended the Glendale Street Fair. Great night of food, beverages and story swapping.  Under the full harvest moon, we heard the story of our new neighbor, Greg.  Three years ago Greg…...

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100% Chance of Death

There are milestones in life that we gather to celebrate or commemorate.  Baptisms, Bar Mitzvahs, weddings, sweet sixteen, gender reveals and gotcha days, silver anniversaries and retirements.  Hours are spent planning, budgeting, shopping and trolling Pinterest for clever ideas to make such occasions special for all who attend.  If you’re…...

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Personal Touch

This morning I had a great conversation with an elderly friend and her younger neighbor.  The three of us while from different generations wholeheartedly agreed on the importance of physical touch in the beginning and end stages of life.  A baby that is denied human touch can fail to thrive…...

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Forget-Me-Not

Flowers have long been a way we communicate our feelings.  Red roses let someone know of our love, lilies can indicate hope and joy, daisies a sign of friendship.  And a big ‘ole unexpected bouquet delivery might just be a way of saying “I’m sorry!”   Like birds, trees and…...

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New Campus Responds to Social Churn

Like so much in human experience, time brings change. The rock band Journey may have phrased it most succinctly when they sang, “The wheel in the sky keeps on turning.” Instead of “turning” perhaps Journey should have used the lyrical “churning.” Society inexorably churns over time.  Technology grows and evolves;…...

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A Difficult Question…..

If there had been a death in your family yesterday, what would you being doing today?  It’s not something we like to think about because it’s probably one of the toughest questions you will ever have to face.  If your answer is to “call someone”, that is a good start. …...

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Second Sunday Concert

Thank you to everyone who came out this past Sunday, July 14th, for our Second Sunday Concert Series and to the 2nd Wind Band for an outstanding performance and show!  The temperatures were warm, but the shade trees on the South Lawn provided relief and the evening was wonderful.  We…...

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An All American Day

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, June 29th for our All American Picnic and Concert.  The temperatures were warm outside, but there was a nice breeze blowing through the trees on the South Lawn for our lunch and the cool air in the Lakeside Chapel was great…...

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Rain, Rain Go Away…

Last evening’s concert featuring Forever Diamond was canceled due to the weather – which is to say the rain from the previous day which made the concert area soggy and the forecast for more rain Sunday evening.  It seems like we’ve been fighting rain for months now.  It interfered and…...

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