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Attention All Girls…Face Up

There comes a time in every woman’s life when she considers plastic surgery. You look in the mirror one day and wonder, who the hell is that? I made the decision a while back, to leave myself alone, and it … Continue reading

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For She’s A Jolly Good Thingirl

When my friend Joan asked if I was excited about my birthday I said, oh yes, so much so, I’m draping black crepe along the windows like when Lincoln died. Excuse me while I start on the mirrors. It’s not … Continue reading

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Why Holly Golightly Was Not Meant To Get Old

I have a birthday coming up we’re not celebrating. When I think there was a time I looked forward to my special day, it seems comical.  As a kid, birthdays were treated like national holidays making you wonder why banks … Continue reading

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I’ve Still Got It…Kinda

My sex appeal has been down a quart.  Trying feverishly to stay in my truth, I don’t wish to deny this.  Hey, when you make skid marks into your 6th decade, you need to be honest with yourself.  You’re not … Continue reading

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What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid

I saw this written in a little window on the facade of an Episcopal Church…it stopped me dead in my tracks.                                WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WEREN’T AFRAID When I read it, I was in deep reverie over … Continue reading

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