Silverado Resident Quotes on Love

2/4/2016
Location : Home Office 
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In this time of year where love in all its forms is celebrated, we're sharing some wise words straight from the hearts of Silverado residents. Though memory impairment may have affected them in some ways, their ability to receive and give affection is unchanged.

Julia H.
“You must learn to overlook the little things.” 

Austin C.
“To be a good husband you have to try, try, and try some more.”

Maye E.
“You have to put the needs of others before your own if you are going to have meaningful relationships."

Rosalie F.
“Marriage isn’t always easy, but it is always worthwhile.” 

Naomi M.
“Open your home and your heart to others”. 

Kay R.
“Marriage is the best and deepest friendship you’ll ever have.” 

Alvin B.
“You don’t need eyes to see that someone loves you.” 

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