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Scott Stanley Davis

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The Executive

There is an Executive who is about to rewrite, the status quo as she considers the Elderly's plight, as they live in some cases alone and contrite as they sleep tonight; Now she has a plan and it's crowned, and looks to astound; its about a family way that they may stay in their rooms, as there home is underway; But then some of her staff was in disarray, as they underplayed her thoughts halfway, and really wanted the old way; But she didn't frown nor get down, but looked around to find another way around this mound, and found a way to be so sound, as she read a chapter in a book and then applied it to her staff and they did take a look, then things began to change as they saw it her way, then the purpose driven life was applied wasn't so strange. It began a movement that sweep-ed across the country, as the elderly's way was looked into her way, Its more than convalescents its a place of first impressions she would say, let's address them by name, and make visitors feel the same, Individuals deserve respect should be as common as an old hat, and lets not let graciousness just be rat-a tat tat nor do any thing tit for tat, finally please find a way to be Positive today, this is family she would say, so lets do this every day; Michelle is her name and courage is acclaimed this day and because of her now I feel just the same..

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013
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A new change in the way the elder will be cared for expensive if you can afford it.

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