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Small Mechanics by Lorna Crozier (152)

For this month’s mini-challenge with the Canadian Book Review Challenge, I picked up 4 books of poetry. It is so nice to delve into a bit of poetry, given that this is the national poetry month.  185 more words

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I am very excited to get this started so I can share all my favorite things and hopefully add some sparkle and joy to your day! 308 more words

Glumping into Golden Age

            Everything that happens to me lately, I blame on becoming older. Like I thought something was wrong with my ability to hear. I was listening to Morning Joe on Stitcher and it seemed everyone was talking extremely fast. 758 more words

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Forty Guidelines for Becoming a Classic

“With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.”
William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice (1.1.82)
  1. Know that it’s not too late.
  2. Know that you’re not too old.
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Becoming A Classic: Aging With Grace

Nostalgia Notes

I got nostalgic yesterday for all the previous yesterdays when I could sleep through the night without worrying about was happening on the East Coast. I got nostalgic for the days when I didn’t need to know the names of people like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. 475 more words

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Family Secrets

In an earlier post, I wrote about my father’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease. I had planned to write more about him and his life, but found it too painful at that time. 921 more words

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Relief

It began one afternoon while my husband David and I were playing catch in the church yard across the street. Just a small cramp in my left side, accompanied by a strange pain in my left shoulder. 1,426 more words

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