Posts by Liz Wildberger

It’s Not the End of the World

One resident discovers the joy in giving the steering wheel over to others after a lifetime of carpooling, errands and countless miles of driving.

An Irish Christmas

From the gentle huff of a Lionel train to silly family singalongs, Christmas traditions are an unforgettable joy.


Reminiscing about the differences — and similarities — of family takes one resident on a journey back to the 1950s shore of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Miss Manners Revisited

Enjoy a tongue-in-cheek primer on post-pandemic manners and other pleasantries.

Forgotten Your Password

A self-proclaimed aging technocrat finds a solution for remembering pesky passwords. There’s just one last problem, she explains.

Boots Boots Boots Marching Over Africa

Resident Liz Wildberger recalls how childhood World War II sacrifices served her family in meaningful ways.

“Quaranteam” Scores for PVE

Resident Liz Wildberger reflects on life at PVE in the year 2020.

Christmas Gift

Four widows gathered for a meal, lively conversation and lots of laughs from stories guaranteed to cheer one another. They found holiday happiness, not just for each other, but also for two unknown strangers.

May Require Extra Postage

Resident Liz Wildberger was ten years old when she accidentally dropped her family's ration coupons in a mailbox while mailing some letters.

The Wedding

Resident Liz Wildberger shares memories of her wedding day.