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To Gray or Not to Gray? That is the Question?

I have been invited to share this post over at The MidLife Guru! Caryn Payzant combines the wisdom she has gained from her “first 50 years with new, relevant, and exciting information to get through the next 50 “. Join us over there… The MidLife Guru   To gray or not to gray? I am convinced that this has been a mid-life question ever since that first gray hair revealed itself to Eve in a reflection at the well…and was subsequently yanked at the root! Perhaps I am being a bit over emotional in my assessment. And I know this is

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Happy {25th} Anniversary

Happy {25th} Anniversary   I had this idea. This idea that I would write the most spectacular post EVER. One that I would dedicate to my husband on our 25th wedding anniversary…which is today. But I couldn’t do it. Not because I am unhappy. Not because I didn’t make the time. Not because I did not have a great photo of us to use as a “featured image”. But because I just didn’t think any of my feeble words could express how this day makes me feel. How do you encapsulate 30+ years of memories in a way that someone

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It’s Not Always About the Food

Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the “food and exercise” aspects of a healthy, happy life. But, it’s not always about the food….or exercise. I am a research junkie! At any given moment you can find 5+ tabs open on my laptop, each one addressing a different “spin” on whatever topic I am now obsessed with researching.  Naturally, these past few weeks I have focused on food and exercise…it being a new year with resolutions and all! I know part of me is always looking for that right menu or workout plan that will finally bring me to

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Scripture For A Sunday Afternoon

Published on February 16, 2014, by in Uncategorized.

Scripture for a Sunday Afternoon is a post that shares a portion of scripture and a weekly challenge. This weeks challenge is to: THINK SPRING! Is it cruel of me to post such a photo??? I mean, here in the northeast, we are digging out from FEET of snow! Even though I am one of those people who enjoy the winter months, this is getting cuh-razy!! We are running out of room on our little property for all this snow. And I must admit…we are a tad concerned about our roof!  This is some seriously heavy, wet snow and next

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Officially An Empty-Nest

Officially becoming an empty nest is like a rite of passage to most middle aged couples. While this stage of life has its challenges, being on the “flip-side” as it were, can be an invitation to re-invention, new memories, and even a little bit of “boredom”. This week I am pleased to welcome Caryn Payzant: The MidLife Guru. When she said she was willing to stop by City Chick for my Mid-Week/Mid-Life series, I was thrilled…even more so when I read her post! Her words encouraged me to see that when the hubby and I are “officially an empty nest”, not only

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