Laughter ~ Balm for the Soul

You don’t stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.  ~ Michael Pritchard ~~~ What would life be like without laughter? One of the many gifts of aging is acquiring the ability to take ourselves a bit less seriously. While some people are just born with the ability…

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An Unfinished Symphony

Marriage at Midlife ~ Part 3 “The rhythm of life is when you experience your own body, mind and soul.” ~ The Yogi Tea Bag Mystic The time arrived. The striving had ceased. My time to care for others with my whole being had ended. Midlife is a time of…

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Help! I Keep Spilling My Coffee!

Am I the only one who has this problem? Spilling my coffee on a regular basis simply adds insult to injury when it comes to my tenuous sense of control over life. I fear I’m not aging gracefully, let alone abundantly! I used to consider myself a person of style…

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Telling Our Story

When I made the decision to take  my desire to write more seriously, I signed up for a class at Writer’s Online Workshop sponsored by Writer’s Digest, a website that seems to have morphed into Writer’s Digest University.  An early online class, it took place in a cyber class and the…

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