Senior Living Center Posts Heartwarming ‘Back-To-School' Photos Of Residents
Retirement home seniors share their inspiring take on ‘first day of school' photos
As August comes to a close, we are smack dab in the middle of “back-to-school season.” Parents are sharing photos of their little peanuts, many holding signs announcing what grade they'll be in, their favorite activities, and what their hopes and dreams are for the year ahead. One nursing home in Oklahoma City decided their residents deserved the same treatment so they made signs with their ages and hopes for the new year - and they are as heartwarming as you'd imagine.
“Everyone is posting ‘First Day of School' pictures and Village on the Park wanted to be part of the fun!” the independent retirement and assisted living center wrote on their Facebook page. “These beautiful ‘Seniors' are living their BEST life and we can learn from their wisdom everyday!”
The residents each held signs with their names, graduating class year, age, and their goals for the year. Many wished to see another year or to get their health back. Some of...
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