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Yeah, That's My Point

Everyday is Another Lesson in How to Live

Demise of My Moral Compass

...diversions become the center of my attention and the only reason to tackle each new day.

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Our Rights and Our Dignity

All the more reason why the attendance of my children, one in Boston, the other in Denver, at Saturday’s Marchs, were such a proud moment for me as a mother, feeling the joy in knowing I had given my kids solid values and taught them the importance of having your voice heard.

50 Years of Reading the New York Times

A home subscription was therefore a big step toward adulthood. Far more important than merely purchasing a home.

7 Rules for Cuspers to Live By, and then some

Born at the Tail End of the Baby Boom, Tail-Enders or Cuspers have sometimes gotten a raw deal.  The spoils have been gobbled up by our predecessors who grabbed all the attention, natural resources and opportunities.  We can cry in... Continue Reading →

A Perfect Piece of Paris

...we stole a couple of precious hours to take advantage of the dozens of beckoning shops in the neighborhood where Parisian fashions, trinkets and food abounded...

Why Older Women Do Not Tip (Well)

I do it for love and friendship, it's true. I don't expect a tip. Though some small praise would be nice.

Book Review – “Sixty” by Ian Brown

Is 60 the new 90?

Doing Good – Is There A Point?

I need to remember ...that I am not defined by who we are as a nation.

Whole Foods vs. the Asian Market

This isn’t a story about how one of our most illustrious food marketers is pushing their way into the Asian market.  According to my research WF has no current plans for that type of growth in the Pacific Rim and... Continue Reading →

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