Legacy Ridge at Marietta Newsletter

Resident´s Birthdays

Rebecca Summerour 12/3 James “Larry” Drury 12/4

Celebrating December

Family Holiday Event!
December 14

Santa Claus Legacy Ridge at Marietta

Associate of the Month

Betty P. Curry - Daytime Dining Server

Beety P. Curry, Associate of the Month | Legacy Ridge at Marietta

A true Georgia peach, Betty is our server extraordinaire! Not only does she tend to every dining detail, she caters to our residents in a very loving way. We know we can rely on her exceptional service, with pride and a smile – and many times, a hug. Also, you might catch her on break taking time to teach us a new card game! In her spare time, Betty enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren. We love you Betty, and we are so glad you’re here with us!


Lauren Ross, Executive Director | Legacy Ridge at Marietta
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Do you Know Someone ?

Helping Seniors Marietta GA

Every single person on this
earth has a gift. Do you know
someone who has
compassion and a desire to
share their gifts with others?
Could this someone be you?
If so, we invite all to join us.
Perhaps it’s a gift of music,
crafting, or the gift of time.
Whatever it may be, stepping
out to share our gifts is
always a great occasion.
Limited on time? Imagine
how good it would feel to take
just 30 minutes out of a

month, to read to someone
who cannot read, to visit
someone who is lonely.
Your gift does not need to be
perfect, it just needs to be
Volunteering is a work of
heart! If you or someone you
know could be interested,
please reach out! We have
plenty of opportunities to suit
any talent and schedule.

A Healing Visit

A Healing Visit Legacy Ridge at Marietta
A Healing Visit Legacy Ridge at Marietta
When this happened, our residents could feel the vibrations throughout their bodies, creating a state of relaxation similar to that achieved during meditation. The beautiful sounds resonated with every one of us. Words cannot describe the peacefulness we all felt individually, and collectively. Ahhhhh!

Singing bowls have a rich history dating back to ancient times, initially used in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for meditation and  healing practices. Research has shown that the vibrations produced by singing bowls can have a  profound impact on our physical and emotional well-being, lowering stress levels, blood  pressure, anxiety, depression, and

Decker D’Alesio, a master in the art and science of singing bowl sound meditations, recently paid us a visit! He let every resident touch, hold and feel each bowl, as he tapped
each one with a soft mallet.

Take Care of You

Caregiver Senior Living

“There are only four kinds of people in the world. Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers. Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need a caregiver.”
— Rosalyn Carter

As caregiving is very fulfilling, yet, can be overwhelming, we need to find a balance in this role. It may seem as though we cannot possibly take time for ourselves. But, if we cannot gain restoration, and if we don’t take time to give
ourselves some caregiving, our role will seem heavier. Our nerves can get frazzled easily, and we can become exhausted and tense. Here are some tips that can be useful for anyone who is overwhelmed with their schedule.
Make time for yourself. Call a friend to take your place while you take a
bubble bath.

Eat plenty of nutritious foods. Join a caregiver support group, either in person or online. It is a relief to know you are not alone. Perhaps you could find a network of other caregivers and create a network of respite assistance.

Remember, everything is temporary. Find fun activities to do with your loved one. Walk in the fresh air, ask your loved one to help with a suitable chore, sing songs together. And remember: “The only control you have is over the changes you choose to make.”
― Nancy L. Kriseman

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December Recipe Spotlight:

Sweet & salty rosted nuts

Winter Fruit Salad


1/2 cup sugar1 1-inch piece ginger, peeled and thinly sliced1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise and seeds scraped out1 lemon5 large navel or blood oranges2 mangoes, peeled and diced2 firm bananas, peeled and diced5 kiwis, peeled and diced12 kumquats, very thinly sliced crosswise, seeds removed1 cup pomegranate seeds (from 1 pomegranate)


1. Combine the sugar, 2 cups water, the ginger and vanilla seeds and pod in a saucepan. Use a vegetable peeler to remove wide strips of zest from the lemon and 1 orange, add to the saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat and simmer 5 minutes. Refrigerate until cold.2. Meanwhile, peel the remaining oranges with a paring knife, cutting along the natural curve of the fruit. Hold an orange over a large bowl and cut along both sides of each membrane to free the segments, letting them fall into the bowl. Squeeze each empty membrane to release the juices. Repeat with the remaining oranges. Add the mangoes, bananas, kiwis, kumquats and pomegranate seeds and gently toss. Pour the syrup over the fruit and chill overnight.3. Before serving, remove the citrus zest, ginger and vanilla pod. Spoon the fruit and syrup into bowls.4. To remove pomegranate seeds, cut the fruit into quarters, then break apart in a bowl of water. Skim off the pith that floats to the top and drain the seeds.


Resident of the Month

Gail Carney-Carder

Gail Carney, Resident of the Month December 2023 | Legacy Ridge at Marietta

A retired Psychologist, Gail has a natural and reassuring nature. Also, she is quick witted with a great sense of humor. She and her husband Bill have been married forty-seven years, and they have four children: Mindy, Melanie, Elizabeth, and Michael. Bill frequently joins us for Bingo and other shenanigans, and it’s easy to see that their love for each other is genuine and vigorous. Among Gail’s interests are parenting, gardening, traveling, reading, tennis and softball. Originally from New York, we are happy Gail and Bill found their way to us!


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