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Gala Events, Conferences and Sensible Shoes

I recently read a humorous blog on the perils of attending conferences or gala events as a middle-aged woman and felt inspired to chime in on the joys and pitfalls. 569 more words

Flannel Frog

Please Honk If Parts Fall Off

Finally got in to see my periodontist. I changed jobs, dental insurance and dropped my used car sales dentist from before. This dentist is IN network and was half the cost…wow. 331 more words

Fabfitfun Winter 2014

Today was the day I was waiting for.  My new Fabfitfun Box arrived.  I had been tracking it for a week through the mail and today when I walk to the door there it was!  843 more words

One Tired Working Mommy

Grace is Certainly Yours


We’d watched two films on life and death, and before we pulled ourselves out of the scenes of the movie, my community college instructor announced that we are going to have an outdoors class, to Maokong, to have some tea and to have a hiking trip. 581 more words


The Painting and The Mirror

Feelings are like mirrors. It trick us with our reflections. Emotions are like paintings, it is subject to one’s interpretation.

For the eye is not open when it is limited to the lightings in the mirror. 148 more words


Coming of Age - delightful reflections

All of us at Salt River Publishing are pleased to announce:

This book is delightful – as you can guess from the cover. Rosemary Rawson captures the challenges of getting older, but with a lively sense of humor and quiet wisdom. 45 more words

Salt River Meanderings

Aging Gracefully

Aging gracefully:

All I can say is GIVE ME A BREAK!

Anyone who tells you that you should be aging gracefully is an “ageist” meaning someone who discriminates people older than maybe 55 and I’m one of those people. 247 more words

Aging Well