Here are some suggestions for venues near Ardenwoods where you can spend a few hours and maybe even learn something new!
Dixie and Rufus Fisher have great advice for anyone interested in moving to Ardenwoods, “Don’t Wait!” After spending a little time with them, it’s clear that this loving couple shares a lifelong energy, love of family, and enthusiasm for travel. They made Ardenwoods their home over 13 years ago.
What’s the best advice your mother ever gave you?
Posted May 17, 2018: This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, so it seemed like a good time to ask a question about Mom.
The first answer had us laughing out loud: Don’t stick your finger up your nose!
Once we stopped laughing, we heard more. “It worked! I have a lot of friends and it’s probably because I don’t pick my nose.” The other important advice from this mom: Laughter always helps.
Everyone cooks. Or, almost everyone cooks. Well, almost everyone has cooked at one time or another.
You are invited to cook signature dishes to share your own recipes at Ardenwoods. Checking in with the residents and staff at Ardenwoods Retirement Community is always fun. This time, the question put to the audience was, “What’s your signature dish?” A surprising number of people looked like they wanted to run away and answered with embarrassment that they don’t cook. It’s a good thing Ardenwoods has a great kitchen staff!
We love our pets with their indomitable personalities and their smiles! Oh, some may say that we anthropomorphize our furry friends, but we know the truth. They smile. We googled “smiling cats and dogs” and got About 15,700,000 Results. Just for fun, here’s a video of some of the images that popped up.
Q & A Thursday – Pets
Hanging out near the mailboxes offered a perfect opportunity to ask some of our residents and staff, “Do you have any special pet stories?” We got lots of great responses. We’ll start with Fifi.