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Mobility Compare Offers Scooter Comparison Site

2010-02-21T12:05:08.447-08:00

When Pop was looking for mobility products we didn't have very much choice as he lives in a small town where shipping is expensive and difficult to arrange. He ended up getting a great deal on his 3 wheel scooter but it would have been much better if we could have easily compared styles and prices before buying.

Next up for Pop (he is 96 you know) is an electric wheel chair. I've been suggesting it to him for a few months now and he's beginning to see the benefit. He has weak spells when he's using his walker and I'm very worried about him falling. His bones are thin and something will break if he has a bad fall. So far, so good - but I want him to be healthy so we don't have to have hired help.

Mobility Compare offers a comparison site of all the top scooter manufacturers which makes it ideal to see the different styles, options and prices.

There is much more than scooter comparisons though - the Baby Boomers are going to love this option to choose from bathing products, hearing aids, adjustable beds, and other mobility products which will make life much easier as they age. Yep, you are going to get there - I'm proof!

Please stop by to take a look. I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the options available - all on one website.



Grandfather Clock Family Tradition

2009-12-06T11:28:37.996-08:00

A home with a Grandfather Clock makes me think of continuity, warmth and family togetherness.

Traditions have always been important in my family and I like to carry on the special ones so my children and grandchildren will have good memories of certain times in their lives to remember, talk about and even laugh about! Can you imagine learning to tell the time from your Grandfather as he shows you his prize possession of a Grandfather Clock sitting proudly in his home? As a child and even as a young adult I recall the pride my friends Grandpa showed when we asked about his clock!

Some families are lucky enough to have grandfather clocks in their homes. I like the continuous ticking of a clock in my life, and the soft chiming of the bells day and night to tell me the time. Sure I could look at my cell phone to see the time, or the stove clock, but chimes keep me aware of the hours ticking away.

Ridgeway makes the Grandfather Clock I'd enjoy in my living room! With free shipping and free in-home setup, on purchases over $1100.00 this clock would be a perfect gift for me if anyone is looking! Be sure to listen to the chimes - which ones do you like best?

For more information on Grandfather Clocks history, care, chimes, and to learn about the Grandfather of all Clocks, the impressive, 150 year old 'Big Ben' be sure to visit the grandfatherclocksblog.com



Baby Seal

2009-04-09T21:19:57.657-07:00

Twitter is my new best friend. I've met so many interesting bloggers via Twitter and honestly call them friends even though I only know them 'online'. The ones who answer a 'tweet' or a call for help amaze me no end.

When I need technical help, or a simple answer about a product, I know some kind soul somewhere in the world will answer my plea and usually help me solve my problem.

Yesterday, I needed a review of a new ebook and put out a request on Twitter - sure enough, an answer quickly came from Colleen Gough of Short Stories in the Making. She agreed to write a review - and within 24 hours completed it, posted it to her blog and did a great job.

Colleen writes from the heart. After reading only a few of her posts, I know she is truly a good person who appreciates each day and is thankful for her blessings. She is strong in her beliefs and no doubt a loyal, honest friend.

The Law of the Garbage Truck is one of Colleens recent posts and is one of my favorites. If you haven't read this story of the taxi driver who doesn't let other people's garbage ruin his day, you need to visit Colleen! She will inspire you to be tolerant and forgiving!

Thanks Twitter - for introducing me to Colleen!