Longevity Word Jumbles! Final Round for this summer. Spell out the phrase as you see it and hear it, then ask yourself to twist the meaning or ditch it. This week’s phrase – “senior’s moment”. We can all wink and withstand the birthday cards we’re sent that say – “you know you’re getting older when…”.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Round 3 of Longevity Word Jumbles! We spell out the word or phrase as you see it and hear it, then ask you to twist the meaning or ditch it. This week’s word – “elderly”. A word origin from the year 1611 describes this as “somewhat old, verging towards old age.” Or in 1606 in
Longevity Word Jumbles! Round 2. Spell out the word or phrase as you see it, then ask yourself to twist the meaning or ditch it. This week’s word – “pensioner”. If you’re looking for a place to lodge while touring Brussels, you can stay in a pension which is a boarding house, so you are
Continuing from Summer Shorts 1-5 in 2012, here are some quick musings for the next few weeks, I call them “summer shorts”, for the lazy, hazy days of summer. For 2013, we’re just having fun playing Longevity Word Jumbles! It’s a version of word jumble puzzles you see in newspapers, except that we spell out
The Business of Aging Information Exchange Network BA:IEN is an extension of the Sheridan College Elder Research Centre, connecting business and industry leaders to foster an exchange of ideas, information and resources related to the needs and wants of mature consumers and there families. As a BA:IEN member I am pleased and honoured to be,