Tweet Almost without fail, I seem to get lots of traffic on days when I’m away from my computer. Today was one such day. I got a lovely link from Glenn Reynolds, but I couldn’t capitalize upon it by adding some scintillating posts because I’ve been gone all day. This inability to post, despite high [...]
Tag Archive 'Aging'
Tweet Some days, I feel older than I do other days. It’s not the mirror that makes me feel this way, since I mostly avoid mirrors. Instead, it’s the signals my body is sending me. A combination of genetics, childbearing, and martial arts has left me with aches and pains all over. None of them [...]
Tweet I haven’t written about my mother in a while. My silence falls into the category of “no news is good news.” Last year at this time, I seriously doubted whether she’d live into the new year. This year, although very frail, she’s better than I ever imagined she could be. Her improved health is [...]
Those chortling over the Santorum yearbook photo should remember that both time and photos can be cruel
Tweet Yesterday, my sister emailed me a “cheer up” email that’s making the rounds. It’s intended for women, who tend to feel more strongly than men do that the mirror is their enemy. The tag line is “It isn’t just us who suffer changes over the years!” The rest of the email is photos of [...]