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Guerrilla Aging: Losing Youth, Gaining Perspective

April 4, 2014

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  The following is a guest post by Darcie Purcell, who had a huge ah-ha moment while watching her son’s high school football game.  Darcie is lucky.  It takes many of us much longer to have that same ah-ha moment. Others are still waiting. Darcie can be visited at Being 40: Shift Happens and her Facebook […]

At Thanksgiving, I’m Grateful For Me

November 22, 2010

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Because it didn’t take a lot of loss in Life in the Boomer Lane’s life to make her understand how precious every days is.  And because each birthday is her best gift to herself. Because LBL is wise enough to know that her children aren’t perfect and wiser still to believe that they really are. Because LBL […]

At Thanksgiving, I'm Grateful For Me

November 22, 2010

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Because it didn’t take a lot of loss in my life to make me understand how precious every days is.  And because each birthday is my best gift to myself.  Because I’m wise enough to know that my children aren’t perfect and wiser still to believe that they really are.  Because I’m funny.  And, thankfully, […]

Why I’ll be at The Rally to Restore Sanity

October 27, 2010

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I’m not a lifelong Liberal.  I’ve always been fortunate/cursed to see both sides to any issue.  Because of that, I often feel paralyzed about making a voting decision.  And, unlike many people, I can’t get past my dislike of a politician and simply vote the party line. But I’ve been around long enough now to […]

Why I'll be at The Rally to Restore Sanity

October 27, 2010

32

I’m not a lifelong Liberal.  I’ve always been fortunate/cursed to see both sides to any issue.  Because of that, I often feel paralyzed about making a voting decision.  And, unlike many people, I can’t get past my dislike of a politician and simply vote the party line. But I’ve been around long enough now to […]