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Sightings at 60 · 3d ago

How Things Have Changed

     Rita R. Robison on The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide reports that she has been caught up in the holidays. Holidays? What holidays?     You mean you don't celebrate national Pi Day? It...
Sightings at 60 · 1W ago

What To Do When You're Stuck Inside

     I arrived home in Connecticut after snowbirding for six weeks in Florida and South Ca...
Sightings at 60 · 1W ago

Does Your Personality Change?

     I ran across report from the American Psychological Association called Personality Stability from Age 14 to Age 77 Years. The study looked at teachers' assessments of a number of person...
Sightings at 60 · 2W ago

Time: It's All Relative

     A post from fellow blogger Dr. Kathy McCoy called Parents of Adult Children: Can You Hear Yourself? prompted me to start thinking about my own children and how they have changed . . . o...
Sightings at 60 · 3W ago

The Sport of the Retired

     I've been surprised at how little we hear about the game of golf in the retirement bl...
Sightings at 60 · 3W ago

My Mom's Cooking

     Those who pay close attention to my blog -- and, honestly, there's no reason why you should -- may have noticed that I have made several snide, and sometimes downright critical, remarks...
Sightings at 60 · 4W ago

Question of the Day

     B and I have had several discussions about this topic, but we have not come up with any convincing answers. Maybe you can do better.     The question is: If everything is so terrible, w...
Sightings at 60 · 1M ago

Into the Wild

     Over the weekend we attended SEWE (pronounced see-wee), the Southeastern Wildlife Exp...
Sightings at 60 · 1M ago

City by the Bay

     Not that bay. Charleston bay.     We are visiting Charleston, SC, as snowbirds. We ar...
Sightings at 60 · 1M ago

Living the Good Life

     This morning I read one of those aol stories (doncha hate aol?) that offers ten ways ...