Monthly Archives: August 2012

One Thing That Baby Boomers Need to Know

In 2008 baby boomers started turning sixty-two.  The discussion about social security began in earnest. With it being an election year the social security debate is front and center. The debate roars on and nothing gets resolved.  I will be … Continue reading

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An Important Week For Women

It has been an interesting week for women, lot’s of different stories were making the news. For the first time in its eighty-year history, Augusta National Golf Club opened it’s membership to women.  Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and … Continue reading

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Help Me Survive “Swing State” Politics, Please!

It was 1956 and I was in a new neighborhood and school.  I had made a new friend and we started spending a lot of time together.  I was six and knew nothing about presidents or politics, but the presidential … Continue reading

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Shopping In My Closet

The son of a close friend got married last week and I had decided what to wear for the occasion.  But, at the last-minute I thought that the shoes were not going to work: not comfortable, not good for dancing. … Continue reading

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A Ray Of Olympic Sunshine

Like millions of other people around the world, our family is enjoying the dramatic and emotional ride that is the Olympics.  We take the opportunity to appreciate sports that we don’t usually get to see as well as taking in … Continue reading

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