Posts Tagged ‘ middle age ’

Sometimes You’re Just a Foot From Trouble

March 12, 2019
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All I wanted to do was pee. When you get to be middle aged, that kind of thing can become very important. Some people wake up at night thinking, “Did I leave the oven on?”…

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Sideways….not a movie….a lifestyle

September 9, 2014
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Some years ago, my husband suggested we go to a fancy dinner dance at the club. Yay! A new dress, nails done, hair done, pretty, pretty, pretty me. I began the day with a fresh…

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I can see clearly now…the pain is gone….

August 26, 2014
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My friend has always enjoyed perfect vision. As she beautifully progressed into middle age, she admired all those fancy reading glasses her friends were flaunting in hopes of looking fashionable (instead of old), and bought a…

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Twitter Rules: Friends and Followers

August 13, 2013
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Twitter Rules:  Friends and Followers

  Let me preface this post by saying that in the past three years, I have met some wonderful people on Twitter. In fact, some of these people I count among my closest friends. However,…

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Wicked Wednesdays – Interview with Bruce Ferber

May 23, 2012
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Bruce Ferber is known for his work as head writer and executive producer of the popular sitcom Home Improvement.  Now, Bruce has added novelist and author to his resume with  Elevating Overman, a story of…

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Leaving the Pasties Behind

June 2, 2011
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Leaving the Pasties Behind

Learning annexes always send me brochures and schedules on inexpensive classes I can take in my free time. I normally circle about five courses that interest me from automobile repair to past life regression. Yes, I…

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