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An Ode to Spring!

In my infatuation with autumn, I’d forgotten my old love: Spring. I was so into Fall colors that I left Spring in the dirt. (Pardon my capitalizing the seasons. 639 more words

About Life In General

Natural Causes by Barbara Ehrenreich (170)

This book is a must-read if you are concerned about the new emphasis on physician-assisted suicide and the epidemic of fitness regimens despite the fact that we are the most obese and unhealthy in decades. 269 more words

Empowerment

So Long Mimi

My friend Mimi died, passed away peacefully in her sleep.

Though well into her 80s, it’s not a comfort when someone says, she lived a good life. 472 more words

Humor

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

Let's get started!!

Thank you for stopping by my new blog!

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

About Life In General

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