Aging Gracefully??

I wish I knew what that meant, to age gracefully. Honestly, I think this is meant for the 1%-ers who actually look better as they get older, who gain an almost unfathomable aura of regal-ness, those fortunate few who look glorious in their golden years with wafts of soft, elegant white hair and refined wrinkles (not too many, mind you!) […]

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Be Brave

My daughter and I like to shop. As hobbies go, I don’t recommend it. It doesn’t provide a ton of aerobic exercise and it’s hard on the wallet. It’s not even all that successful in curing that most potent of human disease – boredom. But I digress. The other day, my daughter and I were…stamping out a little boredom…when she […]

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Olympic-size Lessons

I love watching the Olympics.  As a former athlete, I can understand and admire the years of hard work, dedication and sacrifice of those who have attained this level of achievement.  The back stories give us a glimpse into the daily lives of these amazing competitors and shed a bit of light, however brief, on what these boys and girls, […]

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