Category Archives: After 50

Cold Corn

This winter reminded me of another a few years ago during another contentious campaign season.  I’m watching loved ones age, dealing with my own aging body, and witnessing mothers and fathers passing away. I’m losing people I love at an alarming rate and … Continue reading

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Flat Chest and Big Feet

‎”Don’t be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetime, is certain for those who are friends.”   ~Richard Bach It was a small thing, really.  I’m not sure she … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

By my calculations, I spend at least 60 hours and $1200 each year keeping up this charade. Let’s face it, I’m a junkie. Continue reading

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War Cries

Testing comes from honest and sincere confessions. Acceptance. We have far to go together, but the softer nature of conflict has settled around me. The question has gone from “Can I ever find the love of my life?” to “Can I ever be the love of my life?” And it took me years to figure out what that means. Continue reading

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