Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Queen Bee

I was reading an article ‘Women – are we our own enemy?’, published April 1st of this year in BetterAfter50.com. Yes, I know – I am determined to catch up on my reading list! The article touched a sore spot … Continue reading

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Music and the key to success

An article in todays’ New York Times, Is Music the Key to Success? piqued my interest this morning. I am a dedicated violinist, meaning I love the violin and like to play it just about every day. That doesn’t mean however, … Continue reading

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Never thought about it until my friend did it..

Last week I met a friend for coffee at the local Starbucks. As she walked up looking pretty sharp in a crisp white shirt and jeans, I couldn’t help being surprised by Cherrie’s hair – it was totally gray. She … Continue reading

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Just a note about my blog..

I know a few of you may wonder why I started out here with a few posts on the topic of being over Fifty, then returned the next day to discover some additional science type postings from way back. Well, I’ve … Continue reading

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What You can and Cannot Do During the Federal Shutdown

I know many of us don’t know what to think of this shutdown and while we may have different perspectives on it, it is good to know what one can and can’t do with regards to government services and in … Continue reading

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Texas Dog Fall

My two pomegranate trees were troopers this year despite the heat and killer humidity of this summer. Both bore fruit, ranging from a couple of golf ball sized ones to mostly large, nearly grapefruit sized pinkish red fruit that yielded … Continue reading

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Starting Today

Well, this is the first day of my new blog and hopefully I make it possible for all who visit to not only have a good experience but achieve a sense of sisterhood and a “I’m not the only one … Continue reading

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