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Love at the Wawa

(2,500 words)

Claire barreled into the parking lot of the mini-market, stereo blaring. “You’re the top,” she sang along with Sutton Foster. “You’re a Shakespeare sonnet. 2,548 more words

Published Fiction

Bit Too Late For That

Of all conceivable (pun coming) possible things to dream of, I dreamt that I was pregnant last night!  In the dream, I was oh-so-happy, which was very odd because I’ve always been child-free.  356 more words

You Too Can Have This Color!

Watching “Silence of the Lambs” On Demand – a true classic!

Been going through a really rough time with my GP quitting on me, which means quitting on my pain meds.  411 more words

Fit Middle-Aged Women May Fend Off Dementia Later

You may spend a lot of time working out, but there’s a fitness reward you might not expect: better memory in your senior years. 567 more words


Muddy bum run!

I don’t know where the time goes but almost a week has passed since my last run. I have been going to yoga on a weekly basis – signing up for a class helped – and I feel that I am in danger of being able to do a press up before the year is out! 289 more words


Teenager vs. Middle Ager - Observations

When I was a teenager, I remember looking at older women and feeling a variety of feelings:

  • Mild Annoyance
  • Confusion
  • Embarrassment
  • Slight Contempt

Now that I am that older woman and I live with a teenager, it’s SO delightful to have the shoe on the other foot. 425 more words

It's Only A Mirage

“You’ve come all this way, no hair out of place, you put it on the stage, you put it right in my face, you leave me dry, you leave me dry, you leave me dry” 256 more words