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Last year’s bright plumage
Song a distant memory
Scattered on the ground

Well over fifty
Day to day
Wrapped in androgyny
Land of facts and figures… 63 more words


The Reality of Man Candy

Because I follow a lot of blogs and possibly because I share the interests of many women my age cough* cough*, my Facebook feed has become overwhelmed with photos of largely topless men and some who have only strategically placed items to protect what little modesty remains to them. 657 more words


When It's Not Funny

Let me start by saying that my sense of humor has few limitations. I think we can, and should find laughter wherever possible. Life can be too serious so I allow people to joke about a wide range of topics and I usually don’t care about political correctness. 335 more words


Essay on Aging: Living Bone on Bone

Ann Burack-Weiss wrote . . . . .

An old lady falls and can’t get up. An x-ray shows that the cartilage in her right hip has worn away. 747 more words

News And Articles

Help for Families Dealing with Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive, irreversible disease that affects brain cells and produces memory loss in as many as 4.5 million American adults. This disease affects people of all racial, economic, and educational backgrounds. 323 more words

General Information

The Cool Card has Definitely Been Aged Out....

This morning as I did my daily chores, I happened to glance in the mirror as I was walking by, a practice I try desperately to avoid.   1,096 more words

Writing For Other Sites and My Health

James Wallace Harris, Thursday, April 28, 2016

I’m publishing less here because I’m publishing more elsewhere. That doesn’t mean I want to give up writing for my blog, but I do need to develop a plan for what’s best to post here. 678 more words