Monthly Archives: March 2011

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Jane Annice passed this one onto me, and I wanted to share it with our readers!  Check it out! On Wednesday, Dr. Oz had a show on the fastest growing cancer in women, thyroid cancer.  It was a very interesting … Continue reading

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Are women over 50 into March Madness

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Beautiful Woman over 50: Gwendie’s Postsecret

Gwendie There’s a blog that’s getting lots of attention.  It’s called “postsecret”  (http://www.postsecret.com).  People send in anonymous handmade postcards with a personal secret on the back.  Things like “I wish my life were exciting”, and “When you see me in … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: Visualize Hope (and bake a Swiss Linzer Torte)

SADHVI’S SWISS LINZER TORTE A lot has happened since I had that dream of Arianna Huffinton wanting me to be her friend on FaceBook.  The earthquake in Japan.  The Tsunami in Japan.  The Nuclear Nightmare in Japan.  Coming to terms … Continue reading

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I see a cruise in My Future

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Turning the Corner with Books, Recipes, and a Lesson in Patience

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Women over 50: Arianna Contact Us!

SADHVI There is a lot going on these days.  The price of gas went up about 40 cents this past week.  Genetically modified food will be introduced to our food system and it will not have to be labeled.  It’s … Continue reading

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Farmer Nancy Nancy, who lives in Hillsborough and Rocky Mount, NC and takes care of so many stray animals on her farm, contributed this recent piece about the frustrations that can come with people’s troubles–and to ask for readers’ suggestions … Continue reading

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Care-giving for Husbands and Dogs

Annice Just when I thought my care-taking days and nights were diminishing, life decided otherwise.  For starters, my husband’s surgery to pin his hip back in place failed, and ten days later he was back in the hospital for a … Continue reading

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