Recently, I moved to the Villagio Senior Living center on Alpine Drive.

Our residents are elderly and many are in wheelchairs. I have become friends with the only young female client, who is 50. I am 66 years old. 

The interior of Villagio is like a white, Roman palace with a bar, patio and private rooms. 

The food is dietetic and provided with care. The staff has high-powered energy, care and respect. After breakfast, we have exercise and yoga-chair classes. We have a beauty salon, trivia games, bingo, coffee parties, smoothies and gospel musicians. 

My first outing on our bus was to First Methodist Church for gospel singing, where our group sang. 

A shout out to my only sibling and brother who takes me out for lunch — yum yum, and to my mother, who is my longest friend and is still going strong. 

I hope to hang my hat at this small spot  — Villagio Senior Living.

Thank you, I am all smiles and busy. 

Beth Bradley, Kerrville

 

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