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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

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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

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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

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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


Inner Beauty by Xiaolan Zhao (93)

This book is a must-read for all women who believe that beauty can be fostered from the outside. This books shows that beauty can only be developed from the inside out. 292 more words

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Aging -Insecurites of Getting Older and Wanting Beauty

I wanted to get past my insecurities so after the disaster with my first tries at makeup, I finally came to learn little by little how it worked.  469 more words

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Aging -Believing Beauty Was My Reality

Being young and impressionable is what we all have experienced.  It was and is a way of life but unfortunately, many impressions are hard to let go off or understanding sometimes an impression it just that “an impression”.  412 more words

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