Reinvented Lives

http://newcastlehandball.co.uk/2016/10/30/vikings-men-hand-win-to-carnegie/ by | Mar 27, 2015 | art, baby boomers, careers, Coca Cola, empty nester, Frank McCourt, Golda Meir, Grandma Moses, grandmothers, KFC, late bloomers, music, older athletes, Picasso, retirement, Vassar, writing

It is never too late to be what you might have been. –George Eliot                       Isn’t it encouraging to know that even if you’re 50, 60 (or possibly older), you still have time become successful in a new career?  According to The New York Times, “Finding...

Birthday Bounty

Az Zulfi by | Mar 13, 2015 | "Keep the Change, autism, birthdays, books, Columbia University, disabilities, empty nest, Felicity House, flowers, memoir, middle age, minorities, parents, publishing, twins, women, writing

     Birthdays have been coming at breakneck speed these last few years.  Time flies—not necessarily because I’m having fun—but because I realize there’s so much less time left for me in the future than the past.  (See “Fast Forward Birthdays,” 3/8/13).  Each...

Hunkering Down – Hellish Headlines

by | Mar 6, 2015 | Afghanistan, autism, bad news, bubonic plague, February, feminism, MTA, Muslim extremists, New York, rats, Second Avenue subway, slush, snow, The Gothamist, The New York Times, winter

     If you’re wondering when—and if—there’s going to be ANY good news about anything in the world, you can stop now.  Yes, it’s true that February ended last week—the coldest February in New York City since 1934, and third coldest EVER.  But March is living up to its...

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