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On Valentine’s Day: For All Who Are Loved

It was a privilege – a gift – to be that person, something she gave me even as I lost her. I helped her to die, and in so doing she helped me to live. She was my mother-in-law, and I loved her fiercely.

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Dear People Magazine, I love you!

The general concensus seemed to be that I was too lofty for People. I never thought so. I always figured that when you were as overeducated as I am, you could damn well read what you pleased

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Hey! You over there in the corner….

So–what do you think of all the posts I’ve been writing? What? You didn’t get them? Oh–you mean my thoughts don’t automatically get transcribed, even as I lie In .lbed thinking them? My goodness, such pearls you’ve missed….. Okay, here’s my pledge. For the rest of the month of February, I will post something every […]

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The Times They Are A-Changin’…

So I am, in a word, de-professionalizing MidLifeBloggers. That means I will stop thinking first of what is right for the site as a brand. I will stop thinking first of myself as a brand.

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Crowdsourcing the MidLife POV for BlogHer’14

The only way BlogHer can be meaningful for us is if we tell them what we want. I hate to say this, but it’s kinda like sex: you can’t expect your partner to know what you like or give you what you want if you don’t know yourself. Passivity doesn’t pay in any arena.

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