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In Honor of Memorial Day: Bob and Asako Part 1

In Honor of Memorial Day: Bob and Asako Part 1

In April 2019, the At Home Care team was able to interview some of the friends, clients, and caregivers that make the Flint Hills of Kansas the wonderful place it is! Here is one of their stories… In honor of Memorial Day, we would like to commemorate the thousands of men who did not come […]

10 Easter Traditions in America

10 Easter Traditions in America

What do eggs, flowers, and hats have in common? They are all Easter traditions. But why colored eggs? And what do hats have to do with Easter? If you’ve ever wondered why we have some of these customs, here are ten Easter traditions explained. 1. Easter Dresses No one can really say when this tradition […]

Valentine’s Cut Out Cookies [Blood Sugar Friendly!]

Blood Sugar Friendly Valentine's Cut Out Cookies

First the bad news: According to the CDC, “More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes.” (1) Cookies, candy, cake, pie, (and more) are a huge part of American holidays. It’s how we show love to one another. But now the good news: This Valentine’s Day, you can make these sweet, sugar-free […]

The Ultimate Nostalgic Playlist [Perfect for Dance Parties]

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Nostalgia: (noun) A sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. Nostalgia can happen at any moment. The scent of pine in the air, the taste of apples and cinnamon, the chill in the air, can all transport us back to a happy Thanksgiving, your first dance […]

The World War I Christmas Truce

The World War I Christmas Truce

Have you seen this video about the amazing events that happened on the battlefields of Europe during the Christmas of 1914? This year, we’re remembering the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I, so it seems appropriate to share this important story that happened during the first year of the war. This post […]

Be a Santa for a Senior!

Update: Gifts for seniors can be dropped off until Thursday, December 20! Please help make Christmas happy for everyone in our community.  The holidays aren’t happy for everyone. Some of the seniors in our community do not have family near them and some are in financial need. You can be a “Santa for a Senior” […]

On The 100-Year Anniversary of Veterans Day

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To us in America the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service. – President Woodrow Wilson   One hundred years ago today, at the 11th hour, on the 11th day, in the 11th month, World War I officially ended. Veteran’s Day […]