My son, who is now 35 and a strapping six feet three inches tall; belongs to the local golf club and he’s a pretty fair golfer. As for me, I am not 6’3” nor am I anywhere close. I tried to hit a golf ball when I was younger, but I soon realized it was […]
Think about it—–consider all the people who spend a fortune redoing faces and trimming bodies when all the time their hands, always out in public, tell the real age!
How about an idea that you can do anywhere, does not cost anything and makes people feel good not to mention how it makes YOU feel? Try it, you will be amazed!
If you want to age gracefully and long, follow these simple instructions. Only believe half you see and nothing you hear. Follow these instructions and happy 85 to you.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE Some time ago, I had the experience of making a difference, one on one, in the life of another human being. It’s difficult now to describe how it affected me, but it must have, because I have never forgotten it. It is said that one frequently comes away from an experience […]
INSIGHTS If you have read any of the little articles I have written for “Adam’s Wedding Dress,” ( I call them insights), you have looked, “through the looking glass,” into parts of my life. There are some things I have written about, that I am sure, even my son, Adam didn’t know. It feels good […]
DON’T GIVE UP ON YOUR PARENTS So, you have hit one of life’s little rough spots. We have talked about this before. You are looking around for answers and find it difficult to locate a viable source. What about your parents? O.K., let’s get the laughter over with. Let us assume that they are not […]
AGING PARENTS/WHAT DO THEY WANT FROM ME? I am 86 years old and I have two children so I guess that makes me an aging parent. I enjoy talking to people, particularly young people. I ask police officers how the crook business is. That always gets a smile. I talk to bank tellers […]
KISS: Can you change the camera angle to simplify the photo? Cropping? Rule of Thirds: Separate your photo into thirds from left to right and up and down. Place your main subject at a junction of lines. If doing a landscape, have the horizon 1/3 from the top if the foreground is important and 2/3 […]
These hints are a good place to start Photo by Murray November ANGLES: Don’t stand up for every photo you take. Get down at least once in a while. Move in close. BRIGHT SUN: Stop trying to make holes in the head of your subject by shooting outside in bright sun. Direct sunlight makes subject […]