Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Baby Boomer Laments: Managing Money is Like Flood Control

Where do we go from here? In my last blog I poured out my heart and soul about the role I played in creating my “retirement” years into such a condition that I have got to keep working just to … Continue reading

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a baby boomer thinks out loud

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Lately, I’ve been a bit speechless. Wordless, so my blog has gone dark for several days, perhaps more than a week. My attention was on troubling thoughts about how to pay bills, make enough money to…

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a baby boomer thinks out loud

Lately, I’ve been a bit speechless. Wordless, so my blog has gone dark for several days, perhaps more than a week. My attention was on troubling thoughts about how to pay bills, make enough money to pay for luxurious items … Continue reading

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Knowing is a Silent, Invisible Blanket

  On another page entitled About the Author, I defined myself through my childhood and teen-aged accomplishments, and my books. But the truth is that none of that is me. You deserve better. I am immortal, just like you. I’m … Continue reading

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Baby Boomer Carole Eddington’s Poem for the Ages

Carole Eddington is a poet, whom I’ve known only through facebook. The following is her poem — one of the most honest and revealing that I’ve had the pleasure to read in eons. This one is for the ages. the … Continue reading

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New book tells story of America’s pioneer TV showman chef

New book tells story of America’s pioneer TV showman chef.

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