See it to Believe it
It's all my Grandmother's fault. Edith Irma Siegel graced the planet for almost 99 years, the acknowledged doyenne of South Florida designers back in the day when prosperous women business owners were very rare and not always welcome to the marketplace.
Dress Up Time!
As a young girl, I believed that spending Saturdays in my Grandmother's closet was Heaven on Earth: lilac stockings that matched her lilac shoes that matched her purse were the perfect accessories to finish off her deeper purple suit.
Who Are You Now? That's what I want to know...
Signs of Covid restrictions are finally lifting.
BUT WAIT....use up the juice from these last 2 years of being in lock-down: What did you learn? What have you changed...besides the color of your hair? In other words, WHAT'S NEW??? WHO ARE YOU NOW???
Changing the Face of Aging
As the longest living generation in history, Boomers and soon-to-be Boomers, are the first to experience a longer and more robust life-span with an abundance of imaginable opportunities to be active, using our wisdom to serve others. Dr. Sharon Inouye, a professor at Harvard Medical School says....
It's the end of another year...it's the end of today before tomorrow begins...Whether you take that first step into your new job or choose to end or begin a new relationship or choose to move to a new location or transition into your next day or next year, know there is a sacred space between today and tomorrow...
It's Time to Shed
I'm shedding, I mean, really shedding! I've held on to clothes, boots, capes, and preserved my personal treasures for so long, schlepping all but my Prom and wedding gown across the miles...
I just celebrated, in fact, I'm still celebrating a very big Birthday. This one is different from all the rest. Every day, every connection means more, full of reflection from the many seasons of my life...
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