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Jeanne Hussin, Author

Write it down. Watch it happen.

By Jeanne Hussin | March 5, 2021

When I was merely thinking about finding love, I had a list of criteria for the man I desired that resided in my head. Here’s a heartwarming story about how I found extraordinary love with a list. I write lists all the time and for as long as I can remember. My lists include not…

Remember the Caregivers

Remember the caregivers

By Jeanne Hussin | February 19, 2021

It’s moments like these that I wondered if my visits were just as important to the families as they are to the residents. Maybe even more important. This story is about showing kindness to caregivers and how that changes everything even for the person receiving the care.   As I visited assisted living homes and…

Good things are always around the corner

Good things are always around the corner

By Jeanne Hussin | February 7, 2021

Here’s a story about how changing your mental tape can bring about positive outcomes. When I was a young girl, my mother would often say to me, “Jeanne, you never know what’s around the corner.” This was generally in response to something that went terribly wrong in my young adult life. It usually centered around…

Mom and Dad - Love Letters, Buffalo

Love letters

By Jeanne Hussin | January 22, 2021

Here’s an excerpt from my book, I see Old People®, that addresses the way I saw love. It would literally affect my entire life – from what I looked for in a man to my unabashed love of compliments. While my memoir, I See Old People®, is about my visits with seniors and the stories…

I see old people - fake it til you make it

Fake it till you feel it.

By Jeanne Hussin | January 9, 2021

Here’s a short story about my visits with seniors and the inspiration behind my book, I See Old People®.   How I start Walking into a senior home to visit those struggling with dementia or Alzheimer’s is not an easy act. From the loud outbursts the residents sometimes make, to the unpleasant smells, to the…

Jeanne Hussin, Author of I see old people

I talk to strangers.

By Jeanne Hussin | December 30, 2020

Here’s a short tale about positive thinking and how it brought inspiration and love into my life. It starts with my fascination for people. From the time I was able to talk, I would look for anybody who’d listen. When I became an adult, I collected strangers like some people collect stamps. I’d talk to…

Remembering the Holidays with Jeanne Hussin

Holidays, plastic, and low lighting

By Jeanne Hussin | December 21, 2020

Holiday traditions follow us throughout our lifetime. Some we keep. Some we expand upon. Some we change. The thing that doesn’t change is the way our holidays made us feel especially as we grew up. During the holidays, my mom Shirley pulled out all the stops. She put a red bow on everything. The house…

Shiny Moments with Jeanne Hussin

Shiny moments

By Jeanne Hussin | December 11, 2020

I was so happy when the best-selling author of Divine Alignment, SQuire Rushnell, shared one of my stories on his Facebook page. His book influenced much of my writing and shaped my thinking along the way. My book I see old People® is all about these marvelous connections including my very own love story! Check…

My angel, my love with Jeanne Hussin

My angel. My love.

By Jeanne Hussin | December 1, 2020

“There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Albert Einstein While writing my memoir, I see old People™, I wrote a lot about love. Love stories, love of family, love of giving back, and the best love of all, the unexpected kind. You know the kind…

My Recipe for Thanksgiving with Jeanne Hussin

A cup of imperfection, a tablespoon of laugher, and a pinch of debate – my family recipe for Thanksgiving

By Jeanne Hussin | November 23, 2020

While I won’t be celebrating Thanksgiving as I did in the past, I sure have a lot of material to pull out of my memory banks. The memories feed my soul and make me feel joyful even when they were well shall I admit, less than perfect. When I grew up, my mom, a young…

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