Tag: Boomers

Aspen, the Community of One

Our friends in Colorado gushed over the fall color, the golden oneness of an Aspen grove when my husband and I rhapsodized about the fall color that we missed from our childhoods in the Midwest, during a visit with them last June.… ...

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The Inciting Incident for a Novel Amount of Cash

What would make a great premise or inciting incident for a book? A hook for a reader – or for you, the writer? A murder, a secret, and/or promise to tell-all? A hint, a hazard, a second guess? Another of PJ’s infamous loose-with-the-truths?… ...

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If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem –

People are prone to opinions, but like the pigs in the famous satiric book about society, Animal Farm, some people are more entitled to their opinions than others. For example, people of a certain age, like me.

We are Boomers, people who’ve lived at least 50-60 years, through the ebb-and-flow of incidents, accidents, and tasks of earning a living.… ...

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Prime is a good strategy for Boomers

So, have you got more money than time? An impulsive nature? A shopping habit that needs a hit?

Amazon Prime is the tool for you, Bunky. Try it! You’ll not only like it, it’s legit!

Prime is a good strategy for Boomers, people in the prime of their life who have buckets of cash and abundant needs.… ...

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How old do you think I am?

I’ve written about the happenstances of old age in the past. It’s a consequential topic as one stares down death. It’s a theme of my blog.

https://pjcolandoblog.com/you-have-beautiful-skin/

https://pjcolandoblog.com/1-boomer-issue-word-finding-problems/

Today’s post is about aches and pains. More specifically, I had the ache and others were a pain.… ...

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Once, Twice, Three Times = Trend

I have a tape recorder memory. At least I once did.

It works like the vaunted photographic memory. I recall snippets of conversations, often odd bits that don’t fit a logical paradigm.

It’s not because I was once an actress, as the graphic suggests, but because I was a speech-language pathologist working with voice clients, and I was compelled to recall the before-after-and-inbetween aspects of my clients’ voices.… ...

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Pillow Talk

I was glad that I asked, relieved to have misperceived. My friend said her quick grab to place an accent pillow from the couch in front of her wasn’t armor against me.

“It’s because I’m fat,” she said with downcast eyes, so different from her self-assured, open gaze.… ...

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