I don’t write about politics because there is absolutely nothing fabulously funny about it. But the reality is, I have to live under the rules put in place by those who engage in rhetoric-rhetoric designed to make me believe that I’m getting something that I’m not. 841 more words
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Though technically distant, a perceived threat does affect the most internalized contents of the psyche.
Among the many fine things about growing older, I particularly enjoy the increasingly lengthy list of matters one realizes are of no matter. An early addition to this list: I no longer find it necessary to denigrate or defend my liking for astrology. 520 more words
I recently got sent to a casting that actually welcomed wrinkles.
(Full disclosure: I am still not sure how I feel about being invited to attend the casting!) 287 more words
Whether you’re a man or woman, one morning you may wake up and think, “Where did my metabolism go?” Has the fire gone out? Is it even possible to get the smoldering ashes to burn again? 1,872 more words
Two weeks ago, I accidentally re-published an old post I was editing as part of back-end enhancements I’ve been doing on Full Life Reflections. Some of you may have received this post – titled “ 2,753 more words