The five senses with which we were born color our lives in ways that we cannot fathom. Some of them are more acute than others. However, when one is missing or even dulled, the others take on some of the missing roles.
by Marie Smith
Shopping with Mom
Resident Marie Smith shares warm memories of shopping with her mother.
by Freddi Miller
The Last Time I Saw Paris
Resident Freddi Miller recalls fond memories of travels to Paris and Italy and unexpected adventures.
by Bea Morrow
A Close Encounter with a President
Bea Morrow recalls meeting President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan.
by Rosanne Kaufmann
PVE resident Rosanne Kaufmann shares the joy of letting her mind wander and daydream.
by Liz Wildberger
The Way it Works
Liz Wildberger has found that the Recreation staff at PVE can enrich our lives in unexpected ways.
by Kimmie McCann
Away from Home Alone
Resident Kimmie McCann remembers fondly weeks spent at summer camp.
by Bill Green
Buffalo and Dog Sequel
Resident Bill Green shares stories of the southern Black Hills of South Dakota and its wonderful parks.
by Walt McDaniel
Joy to the World
Resident Walt McDaniel reflects on the word joy. While a common word, it's often connected to special memories.
by Julie Turner
Local Author Hops on a Longtime Dream
In January, Paradise Valley Estates resident Georgia Buehl DeBarr made one of her longtime dreams come true. She self-published a holiday children’s book she’d been dreaming of for many years.