Month: February 2017

Mardi Gras

PJ Colando

It’s the fat day of the year and so I am…

Fat, that is. And, sassy… but not brassy, I believe.

While my husband and I benefitted for poor health ‘interludes’ throughout last fall, the year’s closer was the loss of beaucoup pounds.… ...

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Veer Left

No, I’m not describing my politics, belief system, or aimless blonde wanderings, though I have all that. Maybe more than most… But this is a blast from the past, a winter’s storm blast.
Today’s tale is about my first venture at the famed Taos Ski Resort where, as I always do, I veered left.
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Montaigne and Me

Montaigne, the father of the personal essay, penned this famous line: “The greatest thing in the world is to know how to belong to oneself.”

I couldn’t resist notice of the heart shape of this etching. Thus the date of this post… I also admire the ruff around his neck.… ...

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While some of my Boomer buddies pridefully ascribe to the mantra displayed. Scene Maker seems more apt re the picture, and I’ve discovered a new term that satisfies: Superager for what I hope to be. I am.

Here’s what my newly-coined term means: An elderly person who exhibits little cognitive decline.… ...

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