Monthly Archives: February 2011

Peggy Sands

PEGGY SANDS Peggy Sands is not only a beautiful woman over 50, but she’s an artist that I like a lot.  And since I don’t like everything that I see these days that is called “art”, and I didn’t know … Continue reading

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Laugh Lines: One of These Will Make you Smile!

copyright sadhvi 2011 1. How Do You Catch a Unique Rabbit? Unique Up On It. 2. How Do You Catch a Tame Rabbit?
 Tame Way. 3. How Do Crazy People Go Through The Forest ?
 They Take The Psychopath 4. … Continue reading

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Attention Women of all Ages: Your Voices are Urgently Needed!

AMANA AILE SHEBAR Years ago I was the Title X Training manager for the state of New Mexico and had many opportunities to work with Planned Parenthood and its affiliates  nationwide.  The services that Title X provides to women of … Continue reading

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A Plea to Women over 50 and everyone else: Stop the Genocide!

Jane I heard again this morning from my dear friend in Ivory Coast.  He sent me the article below, with just this simple message: Hope you all are doing fine. Please find attached report on the ordeal we are going through. … Continue reading

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Laugh Lines: A Rare Medical Condition

A RARE MEDICAL CONDITION A man and a woman were sitting beside each other in the first class section of an airplane. The woman sneezed, took out a tissue, gently wiped her nose, and then visibly shuddered for ten or … Continue reading

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annice’s new post

Annice It’s not supposed to snow a lot in Asheville, but this winter (like the rest of the country) we were covered up.  During the last snow storm, my husband decided to shovel his car out of the driveway even … Continue reading

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Jane’s new post

Jane Now that all 4 of my kids are either adults or within spitting distance of adulthood, I have moments where I  actually get a glimpse of the things—good and bad—we did in raising them, and the things I wish … Continue reading

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