Browsing All posts tagged under »blogging«

16,000

February 21, 2019

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According to WordPress, Life in the Boomer Lane now has reached the 16,000 mark. Sixteen thousand followers. Or, to be exact, 16,047. But who is counting, right?  To put this into perspective, we shall look at the number 16000 and review its signifigance in history and in the world in general. The New York Times […]

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 […]

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 […]

70

May 5, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane has been preparing for this day for her entire life.  She’s forgotten a lot of what has happened to her over the last 70 years, and some of that is a good thing.  A lot of life decisions she has made were good ones. Some, not so good. Some items, […]

The Universal Hot/Crazy Matrix Expanded

June 25, 2016

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Two significant things happened yesterday.  The first was that Life in the Boomer Lane learned that Britain had voted to leave the European Union. The second was that she realized that the post she published about Dana McClendon’s Universal Hot/Crazy Matrix: A Man’s Guide to Women back in 2014 had permanently remained her #1 post, eclipsing […]

My Life, Now Available on Kindle

May 23, 2016

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  At some point in the recent past, Life in the Boomer Lane noticed that she had written an alarming number of posts, since starting her blog in 2010. Several of these were seriously worth reading. Most were marginally worth reading.  All were read by at least somebody.  The realization was pretty overwhelming. She decided […]

Guerrilla Aging: It’s Just Easier That Way, A Guest Post by Linda Tharp

February 13, 2015

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In her own words: “Linda Tharp blogs at LindaTharpInk.com, home to her wry—and frequently sarcastic—observations. Formerly a medical editor and currently a runner nursing a post-surgical knee, she has plenty of time to admire her dazzling collection of Merino wool yarn she doesn’t have the patience to knit.” And in mine: Speaking of not having […]