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She’s Back, Whether You Like it or Not

January 4, 2019

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Life in the Boomer Lane must start with an apology.  One or two loyal Readers may have noticed a long hiatus between posts. This was due to LBL being with Youngest Offspring and his family, in order to greet their newest member.  This newest member is now LBL’s seventh grandchild. LBL stayed to help with […]

Take the Tooth, Leave the Money, and Go Away

October 15, 2018

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There are only two times in a person’s life that they willfully eject body parts. One occurs with advancing age, when random body parts prolapse and peek out from their usual hiding places within the body. The other is during early elementary school years, when baby teeth pop out at random, in order to make […]

A Cottage on the Bay

August 28, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane observed her 70th birthday back in May.  She celebrated with various groups of friends and had a blast.  She wrote a blog post about the auspicious event. She then waited until mid-August to give herself a gift. Her gift was to have her husband, kids, spouses, and grandchildren stay at […]

The Political Punditry of Preschoolers

June 30, 2017

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  Life in the Boomer Lane has just returned from a week-long visit in Seattle with Older Son and his family.  She had no time to monitor current events while doing so, but it turns out that the fourteen-month-old and the just-turning-four-year-old supplied her with updates throughout the week. latest GOP attempt at replacing Obamacare: […]

From Baby Boom to Grandparent Boom

May 18, 2017

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  Something happened to boomers when they were too busy running marathons, taking spin classes, and becoming master gardeners to notice: They turned into grandparents. Some astute readers may now be wondering what happened to boomers becoming parents first?  Doesn’t one have to occur before the other? The truth is that, while one event normally […]

Pre-Thanksgiving: Joyful Mayhem Involving Large Appliances

November 23, 2016

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Life in the Boomer Lane has just hosted her children and grandchildren in a pre-Thanksgiving research project to test the theory that a house can hold 5.5 times the number of people it was designed to hold, as long as they are all related to each other. Six adults and five children occupied a space normally […]

A Friend’s Final Request

September 29, 2016

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  A friend of Life in the Boomer Lane brought up a very serious issue at their breakfast out, the other day. For those of you who are now completely distracted by the word “breakfast,” and want all the details, LBL will say that she had scrambled eggs (soft scrambled) and coffee. Nothing more. That […]