Monthly Archives: March 2018

Live well Sister Jean- what a Renegade :)

Okay, okay. I’ll help the Loyola of Chicago chaplain go viral. How neat is it that a 98-year young Nun is the darling of 2018’s March Madness?  Where do I buy my red and gold socks with Sister Jean on … Continue reading

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Spring in your Step?

Although our kids in Boston and Philadelphia dispute this transitional day, winter is officially behind us. Perhaps Spring’s startup is a reminder of spring in your step as a measure of longevity. If you think that Scientific American passes a … Continue reading

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Pi Day and passage of S. Hawking

What might today, 3.14.18 and the passage of physicist (and former rowing coxswain) Stephen Hawking have to do with being Well Past Forty? My short answer is a four-letter word -> T I M E. Today is another great day … Continue reading

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Mother’s Little Helper – Richards and Jagger (1966)

“Doctor please, some more of these Outside the door, she took four more What a drag it is getting old.” The STONES’ 1966 anthem for tranquilizers to help Mums get through their activities of daily life seems darned relevant today. … Continue reading

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Spring Ahead ?! More are Dead

I believe in government of the people, by the people and for the people. After this chest thump, I share that I DO NOT believe in our almost-national semi-annual ritual of clock changes to “save energy”, make happier cows, or … Continue reading

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Double Down Monday

Welcome, on this first Monday of March. It is appropriate to cite this Women’s History Month for all to ponder; AND to remember that Act III folks, like Sir Winton Churchill, did amazing things at their own “Medicare age”. See … Continue reading

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