Monthly Archives: September 2013

Whatever We Had Once Was Gone

One of the most frustrating and wonderful things about living in America is that we believe in magic. We have witnessed so many amazing things in our lifetime – from the personal (the ability to maintain friends across previously insurmountable … Continue reading

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There’s a Saturday Morning I’ll Never Get Back

Throughout the course of my life, there have been some colossal wastes of time. There was the year I spent as a high school sophomore pining for a senior pom-pom girl. There was the semester I spent in Ithaca, thinking … Continue reading

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Die, Boomers, Die!

I received this charming comment to one of my recent posts from johndoe @ yahoo.com. Can you baby boomers just hurry up and die already? The younger generations hate you for what you have done to society, you boomers have … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Bank Disclosure Statement

Three years ago (though it seems longer), I made a decidedly public declaration that I was severing my 37-year association with the Bank of America (here’s the recap: Divorce (Bank of) America Style). We closed our Bank of America checking … Continue reading

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Beyond The Bucket List

Last week I wrote about something I’d never done before – hosting a garage sale. I got to thinking about all the other things I’ve never done before, and whether I really should have a bucket list – the achievements … Continue reading

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