Having Dinner with People and Expanding Community

Photo by Nicole Michalou Having dinner is central to Generations of Good Food. Whether they are family, friends, or strangers, it’s eating with others that make food delicious. I think the biggest thing to grieve about the modern world is the decline of communal relations. For the first when I started living where I’m at, I…

Coming Home To A Stranger

Photo by Irene Furlan “I want to go home.” What to say to a person with dementia in care. It is not rare for an individual with dementia in residential care to say that they want to go home instead. Time-shifting may bring this up and can be bothersome for everyone. Here are a few considerations…

5 Benefits of Digging Your Family History

Photo by Esranur Kalay How much do you genuinely know about your family history? Besides the occasional school project that had you research your family tree, you may have yet to do an in-depth study. Learning about your family history is essential and can reveal many surprising things you didn’t know. You can do a…

Valuable Lessons In Life Taught By Our Grandparents

Photo by Pixabay Grandparents are the overly affectionate people in the family – probably more than our parents. This time, we’ll dig deep into crucial life lessons they learned along the way. Grandma/pa, Nana, Papa, Mawmaw, Pawpaw, Grams, Gramps – whatever we call our grandparents, it still shows how they are an integral part of…