Even though we’re still being very careful, it’s nice to have some normalcy return to our lives. Haircuts and grandkids were the highlights!!
Even when it seems as if everything’s falling apart, there’s some good in my world. My niece had a baby last week. But what is our relationship?
Being adults when it comes to spending time with family and exes can go too far. How much do we really need to be together? And what’s lost because of it?
It’s tough when you have a routine and it’s disrupted. It can throw you for a loop for a while. Retirement makes dealing with it a lot easier!! Read about my last two non-routine weeks.
The last five weeks have been so busy with reunions, grandkids and trips that I’m ready for some normalcy!! Do you know that feeling? Can you have too much fun???
Do you have a group of friends you get together with on a regular basis? How do you spend your time together? Read about my version of Girls’ Night Out. Bonus – you’ll also get a couple of great recipes.
I’ve had a new experience this year helping my mom as she goes through cancer treatments. As with any new experience, there’s something to learn. Read about what I’ve learned.
Are you like me and retired before your husband? What will happen when he does? Will it be stressful? Will you finally be able to do more? See what I’m thinking will happen in my life.
Do you have friends that have known you since you were a kid? Do you still spend time together? I have those kinds of friends. Read about how I view these special relationships.
Through my mom’s recent cancer diagnosis, I’ve learned there are blood tests that can help detect certain types of cancer earlier. Should they be part of routine physicals? Are there other tests that should be routine as well?