Month: March 2017

The Agency of Age to Compare and Contrast

As Boomers we’ve earned the agency of age. While some call it wisdom gained through the years, it encompasses the leisure to explore: to be and not have to do. Just as our work days are behind us, so are the forced school years, but that doesn’t mean we have to let go of growth.… ...

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From Little Old Lady to Sleek Young Geek

Forever and a day, my stated wish was for a little old lady to come into our home from 4:30 – 8:30 on weekdays. Her tasks would be a little light housekeeping, meal prep-and-clean-up, and turndown service before she departed. No chocolate on the pillow, please, for I’d never get to sleep.… ...

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I’m a Drug Dealer

A man maneuvered the narrow aisle in the bar like a spook. Dressed darkly, head ducked into furtive phone whispers, he seated himself beside me on the open bar stool. One of two left open in the uber-trendy R & D Cafe.… ...

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Traveler Talents

So, we depart soon for vacation, South America bound.

Our tour package, entitled “The Best of South America”, highlights prized sites and sights: Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu, and Easter Island.

We’re hoping the physicality of this trip isn’t beyond our knees… With successive travel adventure abroad (now at 40 countries explored via tour after accomplishing visits to all 50 states), we’ve been reminded of a wondrous reality of life in America: Prez Bush One passed ADA.… ...

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