Elizabeth Johnson is not only curious about things — lots of things — she actually pursues most of them. She’s an interesting, energetic, inspiring woman.
What do you think it would be like to live your life as a nun? Sister Maureen Wallace gives us a glimpse into what it’s been like for her. Trust me, it may not be quite what you had imagined.
Ann has t a lilt in her voice and a twinkle in her eyes, and she’s certainly not going to let a few decades get in the way of enjoying life to its fullest. Settle in for some stories.
You know the book Where’s Waldo? Well, I could probably name this podcast episode Where’s Jennifer? She always has something going on and no intention of slowing down any time soon.
When World War II ended, Alma Thomas was living and working in New York City. She moved to Maine and later traveled around the world with her late husband.
Bob Newcomb says if he could go back in time, he might change a few things. He’d change some things right now, too. At 94, he’s pretty active, but he says he’s often lonely.
When Tom Antonik was diagnosed with AIDS in the late 80s, all around him, people he cared about were dying. He never dreamed he might have a different fate.
Vikki Choate told me that when she hit 50, something magical happened — things that used to bother her didn’t anymore.
Imagine living most of your life on an island off the coast of Maine. That’s what Paul Quinn has done and he has lots of stories to share.
Joanne Santee was diagnosed with a chronic lung condition 25 years ago. It hasn’t stopped her from enjoying life.