Making Your Teeth White Again

October 27, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane is always looking for clever ways to whiten her teeth. She is currently dipping her toothpaste-coated toothbrush into baking soda. She admits that, for that reason, the following guest post caught her attention.  Let her know if you try clay. She’ll write an entire post about your pearly whites.    […]

Posted in: health, Uncategorized

No Problem!

October 25, 2017

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Contrary to the title of this post, it will not be about Trump’s answer to himself in the mirror, asking “Can I wipe out all GOP congressmen who don’t suck up to me?” Instead, this post is about the death of a beloved American phrase, “You’re welcome.” With the exception of the recent revival of […]

Posted in: humor, satire

15,000

October 16, 2017

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Last week, Life in the Boomer Lane’s blog, cleverly titled Life in the Boomer Lane,  hit 15,000 followers. In order to put this number into perspective, she hereby provides you with a handy reference guide as to how significant this number actually is: 15000: The number of military deferments given to Donald Trump during the […]

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Why the Wrong Shoes Are Doing You Damage

October 14, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane loves shoes. Most of the shoes she loves have heels that are too high, too spindly, too ridiculous-looking for a woman her age. Hence, the search for fabulous shoes that have high heels, but are still comfortable, supportive, edgy, and make others swoon, “Where did you get those?” LBL could […]

Posted in: aging, shopping

A Private Phone Conversation Between Ivana and Melania

October 10, 2017

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(ringing phone) Melania: Hello? Ivana (growly voice): Is Donald there, please?  I am a representative of some country. I know it’s you, Ivana. It’s not me. It’s someone else.  Ivana, you’ve tried this before. And Donald isn’t here. He’s on the golf course. Which one? I’m not telling you. And you need to stop calling.  […]

The Blouse Man vs The Dress Man

October 9, 2017

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The Blouse Man (1999) was a film set in 1969, about an unfulfilled housewife (Diane Lane) who spends the summer in the Catskills, along with tons of other women and their kids. Her husband, like all the other working spouses, arrives each weekend, for the sole purpose of reminding her how boring her marriage has […]

An Open Letter to Victims and Family Members of Future US Mass Shootings

October 5, 2017

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Dear Future Victims and Family Members,  I realize that, while I am grieving for the people who died in Las Vegas, as well as for those who loved them, I must also reserve room for all of you who will have been the victims and loved ones of victims of mass shootings to come. After […]