Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sadhvi Sez: A Good Summer Read: Saturday Comes: A Novel of Love and Vodou, Mercury is Retrograde, and…

SATURDAY COMES: A NOVEL OF LOVE AND VODOU …I can’t remember the 3rd thin!.  I also can’t remember when I read a book from front to back, but I do know it’s been a long time.  Maybe I just needed … Continue reading

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Getting Back to

I went back to the gym last week.  That’s after gaining back thirty of the ninety-five pounds I lost last year!  It was time.  You can only go for so long saying to yourself things like, “It’s a stressful time: I … Continue reading

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Annice I probably shouldn’t write about pet peeves, I mean who really cares?  But, I need a minute to rant.  Is it just me, or have people in the U.S.  forgotten how to eat with utensils?  And, I’m not talking … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Asks: Where were you in ’62?

SADHVI I just read that The Rolling Stones celebrated 50 years on stage this past Thursday. Yup, 50 years ago on July 12th, 1962, Mick Jagger played his first gig with a band called the Rollin’ Stones (a name they … Continue reading

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Annice It started over a week ago when a dear friend in New Jersey e-mailed me a link to an article that was being discussed on  “Coast to Coast,” a radio show that airs on more than 560 stations in … Continue reading

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Beautiful Women over 50: Vivian Gold

VIVIAN GOLD Vivian Gold is a friend of mine that I met through real estate years ago. She happens to be a gifted massage therapist who lives in Asheville (contact info is below in case you feel like you need … Continue reading

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Oops50: The Recovery Quilt

Minda Brown Jaramillo My sister, Minda, is the Manager of Women and Families Services at Recovery Resources a nonprofit community-based healthcare organization in Cleveland that helps people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions. When she told me about the quilt … Continue reading

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