My daughter wanted to move back to our lovely suburban town but found that she was locked out price wise. We wanted to sell our house and move back to a city apartment and found that we were locked out price wise. I am tired of my beach cottage look. I would go for the urban if I could. AND I CAN! AND I DID in my little HABA world. Notice the exposed brick wall and rustic/urban wood flooring. SO sophisticated and so cozy at the same time. I think I will be spending lots of winter hours here in this living room. Who wants to come over and play dolls with me?
when my tooth cracked under my cap. I needed to be anesthetized in order to go through with the necessary procedure. “The total, with the implant will be $4,500,” the receptionist told me and I willingly signed because the pain was just plain unbearable. My husband had just put $ 1600 on the credit card for his root canal.
I met a woman who told me she needed 10, I repeat TEN implants. Well, that means that in retirement, when there is no more dental insurance, we could potentially need $ 100K for dental work. So, just as I was thinking about my bucket list, I realized that I may not want to book that trip. OR should I book the trip and not worry about our teeth? WHO CAN FIGURE THIS DILEMMA OUT?
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10 Days to my Book Talk and 12 until CHANUKAH!
(I can tell because I get the stats). THANK YOU FOR RECOMMENDING MY BOOK! THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL COMMENTS AND REVIEWS. AND PLEASE REMEMBER, I DONATE A PORTION TO MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING. LET’S DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO FIND THE CURE!
THANK YOU TO MY BLOG MASTER FOR PUTTING ME ON WORDPRESS. I blogged a little blog. A few people read it. I blogged again – another little blog. People visited and viewed it. I found I had an outlet to my voice. I blogged again and again. All little blogs. Now I have a book. It is available for circulation in my local library. One of my clients ordered a book and donated it to her local library.
“My father would be so proud,” my mother would tell me. He revered books. My mother revered crafts. As you can see, I had no shot at being a big business person from the very beginning! But, I have already been on one podcast, one radio talk show, am scheduled to do a book talk, am scheduled to be on a local public access t v interview show, and will be on a podcast radio show -that operates out of Durham, NC. And my book just debuted Oct. 6th! “Not too shabby,” my friend would say.
If YOU WANT TO BUY A COPY FOR YOUR LIBRARY, THAT WOULD BE A FABULOUS CHANUKAH GIFT TO ME AND TO OTHERS WHO ARE AGING. AND 18% of the proceeds goes to Memorial Sloan Kettering – if not for our sakes, then for the sake of our children.
p.s. I AM FIVE FULL CHAPTERS INTO MY NEXT BOOK!
It was filled with humorous experiences and also sad ones. I enjoyed reading it, learning that as my grandmother said, “Getting old is hard work!”
Nothing comes easy, and especially not aging. Thank you to this reader/reviewer who got my book!
Click on look inside on http://www.amazon.com RAGING AGAINST AGING. For the 60 + crowd. Think: HOLIDAY GIFT!