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It’s not easy but it’s worth every day

It’s been an unusual week so far, I don’t know about you. And I can’t help it but the past few days I’ve been feeling rather overwhelmed by a lot of goings on around me – work, family, today, tomorrow and whatever else seem to be roaming around my head. 129 more words


Strategies For Retiring Right by Rick Atkinson (125)

One of the newest topics that is becoming very much in vogue now is retirement. There are many people who are ready for retirement and can afford to, but they are petrified about what they will do when they retire. 304 more words


Finding Hope

I’m often asked by family and friends, “Why do you share so personally on your blogs. Everyone goes through things, yet they don’t put it all out there for the world to see.” “Precisely”, … 923 more words

Encouragement For The Journey

Gratitude by Oliver Sacks (118)

This is a wonderful memoir about Oliver Sacks’ last days on this earth. I will say that it is the best book I read this year for the Canadian Book Mine Set. 171 more words

Aging With Grace

Older, But Wiser?

Lately I’ve been meeting people who have a preconceived notion of me. They’ve buttonholed me into several categories: old, entitled white person, golfer, living a life of leisure, problemless, one foot in the grave… Maybe the last is unfair, but sometimes I see the look in the eye. 535 more words

About Life In General

Making A Difference

Catching up is hard to do or maybe I’m just not good at it. I always seem to add more to my plate each day. I was just thinking that I could be satisfied with what I’ve already accomplished today, but then I was compelled by some unknown force to come to my blog page and write. 214 more words

About Life In General


Ken Carson, also known as the KEN DOLL, was introduced by Mattel on this day in 1961.  He was the fictional boyfriend of the BARBIE DOLL, introduced 2 years earlier.  299 more words