There's much to be thankful for in these troubled times, and they are usually small things that bring the greatest joy, like a wave from a neighbour, a phone call from a son or daughter you haven't heard from in a while, or just someone leaving your paper inside your front door out of the rain.
They are the day to day commerce we have with others, and sometimes, if you're shut in or lonely, they can become to mean a great deal.
In our March Seniors Magazine you will meet several people who know all about the random acts of kindness as they practice it themselves, giving back to their local communities as well.
Our guru on all things aged care, Ruth Hosking, (with many hours of diligent homework and community meetings), has updated the fabulous information regarding your aged care plans, asks whether you have one in place and if not why not. Ruth has seen the chaos that ensues if you have to make vital decisions on the run, so it is all well worth a read.
Other great reading includes puzzles and brain food, because you know the saying - you have to use it or lose it.
Then there are some ripper recipes and a wry look at how folks used to cure the common cold back in the 1960s. Yes, it does involve a tipple of alcohol, probably to help you feel no pain, just like today.
One thing is for sure, when you get to the end of another edition of our Seniors Magazine, you will be edified and smiling and what more could you ask for?