Wednesday, May 9, 2018

SDBT: Celebrate Seniors!

It's time to celebrate seniors!

No...not those seniors. Not the ones finally breaking free from high school or college.

THESE seniors - the ones of a certain age, maybe with gray hair (or maybe no hair at all!), maybe with grandkids or maybe on their own! Some may still be the picture of geriatric health, while some may have several chronic issues to deal with. Some may have retired into the lap of luxury, while others may barely be scraping by on government assistance.

But no matter how life has treated them or which road they traveled, all seniors have wisdom to share, stories to tell and love to give.

When asked to think about "seniors" for this blog train, the target age was 55 and over. Now, I just barely fit into that category, having turned 55 only a few months ago. My hair is not gray (thanks to what my sweet cousin calls "hair therapy"). Other than serious arthritis in my knees and a few extra pounds, I'm amazingly healthy. I'm still working a job I enjoy, and I'm an actively involved grandma to our only grandchild.

It's this last part that really is the joy of my life - my one-and-only (and probably going to stay that way, according to his mom) grandson. So I'm celebrating seniors by celebrating the special bond between grands.

You can celebrate seniors with all our designers by visiting their blogs to pick up their freebies:

Promethean Concepts
KJDdesigns
Songbird Scraps Designs
Skinni’s Scraps and Stuff
Nellie Bell
DigiScrap Angelhaze
DigiJen Scraps
LEA Art Designs
Moore Blessings Digital Design


And you can pick up my "grand" word art at the download link below:



Enjoy your May and I'll see you back here next month for our June theme - Commotion in the Ocean!




15 comments:

  1. The link is not working properly

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  2. Not able to access download, even through DropBox.

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  3. The folder doesn't exist according to dropbox

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  4. Mine also says it doesn't exist. I love word art. Hope you can send the correct link.

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  5. There is nothing to download.Sorry.Thanks anymore.

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  7. Thanks, the link worked perfectly.

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  8. I also have one grandchild (I'm hoping for more, but it doesn't look like that will be). Thank you so much for this wonderful word art!

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  9. Wonderful Word Art, Jen for a wonderful theme about awesome people. THANK-YOU for your contribution.
    PS I love the 'hair therapy' phrase.

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