The Sandwich Generation Issues
Financial Issues for the Sandwich Generation – Survey: Families at odds over financial planning
Are you caring for aging parents with Alzheimers Disease or other dementia symptoms? Alzheimer's Reads has an excellent reminder for us – I Am Still Here.
Visiting aging parents for the holidays? Passing The Turkey And The Torch: What To Look For When You Go Home For The Holidays
And in the same vein of thought – Elder Law: Give peace of mind this holiday
Grandparents and Grandkids
Thanksgiving Treats – Fun for Grandkids:
- Cute Edible Apple Turkey (Thanksgiving Treat)
- Make a carved apple turkey for Thanksgiving – this one is JUST apple and nothing else – and very cool!
- Make an Apple Turkey! – Using marshmallows.
And last, but certainly not least, a great lesson to share with our older grandkids! And thank you to Calvin Harper from Grandparenting With A Purpose for alerting me to this great video.
Holiday Joys for Family Fun
I thought I'd add a new, periodic category for special holiday tips and resources. Today, I'm kicking it off with a delightful special deal I found – Handel's Messiah at Amazon – there are two different albums, each with 43 songs, that are currently on sale (one album for $1.99 and the other for $3.69 – though with Amazon, that sale can end at any time, so be sure to doublecheck the price). As I understand it, there are actually a few more songs then 43. But if you've been wanting to introduce yourself or your grandkids to this lovely work of musical art, this could be a great start. You can find all the links by clicking here.
Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy these resources and news for all of us boomers and seniors in the Sandwich Generation! These roundups are a regular part of SandwichINK, along with the tips and info I share at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and G+, so be sure to follow me there and…
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I enjoy them very much and read each one. I also love the grand ideas so many of you share that help and encourage other readers. Thank you.