Here's the deal. I have musings daily, sometimes multiple daily, but I don't write and post them.
So, I decided to take a different approach. YouTube channel! Yes, I'm going video. I'll update you when it is ready for viewing. Hang in there because you and I must communicate. Back with you soon : -)
Ahhh! The 100th Birthday sign was a beautiful greeting on a beautiful day here in Decatur, GA, USA! Instead of getting on the treadmill this morning, I decided to go outside for a walk. The trek took me past a neighbor's house that displayed the birthday sign. I took the photo, hurried home, got on my computer, designed a birthday card, printed it, pulled gift cash from my purse and my husband, and then set out to deliver the gift.
Though COVID-19 vaccinated and boosted, I respectfully put on my mask when I approached the house. I just wanted to say happy birthday and drop off the gift. To my surprise, I was invited inside, where I had a wonderful conversation with the birthday lady and one of her sons and daughters.
That's all for now. Next, I will ask for time to chat and get words of wisdom from the birthday lady. Then, of course, I will post them here.
Online. Checking out info about someone. Female. 60+. A website included her bra size (supposedly) in her bio as shown below. WHY?
Atria Senior Living is among the early adopters of the Alexa Smart Properties offering that deploys Echo devices on a broad scale across senior communities.
Atria CEO John Moore told Senior Housing News that "he foresees residents using the Echoes to stay in touch with loved ones; control home automation features such as lights, blinds and thermostats; set up reservations for programs, activities and transportation; and access various types of information and entertainment.
For staff, Moore says " workers will be able to more easily request help if needed and also access Atria’s care management system to more efficiently record information related to health and wellness — for example, noting that a resident’s cough is getting better or worse."
[See Senior Housing News for the full article.]