Tag: fifty plus
It all started with the water bill. Our water bill is unusually high for the low occupancy of our old home.
I haven’t had fake nails in seven years. It got annoying getting a fill every two weeks. A girl at work, Deidre, has the cutest very long gel nails.
It never fails. Throughout my working career one of my children or husband had a stupid emergency on my first day at work.
It was my first silent auction online and I was bidding on a few items. It was a lot of fun.
I don’t like pain. I’m that person that gets a paper cut and needs a week convalescent leave. I don’t know how I managed to give birth.
We’re fans of hockey at my house and it’s playoff season. Well, my husband and daughter are the fans with me giving just a mild rat’s ass.
I don’t understand this obsession men have with man caves. My husband is working on his official man cave. I thought his shop was his man cave.
There appears to be major sewage malfunctions in North Carolina. Initially, I thought it was going to be a costly infrastructure burden on the state.
We are ancient Rome. We welcome distractions in our country. Our country is, although it should not be, an embarrassment.
My canine companion and best friend, Bubbles, died January 5th. She was my companion for almost eleven years. As any animal lover will understand, the loss was unbearable.
It’s just not fair. Men look awesome with that silver running through their hair. Thinning hair.
We just get our kids through college, we have a wedding or two, we have a few grandchildren, we are in debt, we think it’s finally our time, and then our parents get old.
There are a few words in the English language that repulse me. The “e” word is on the top of my list. Exercise.
Reading glasses are one thing, but starting to gradually lose my hearing is something else. My hearing was perfect up until a few years ago.
I was strolling through the forest with my walking stick (because I’m 55), saw a hornets’ nest, observed it and thought, “Not today.”
This is the first of my on-going columns geared toward the baby boomers. However, generations prior and after take heed.