Don't look now, but someone's having a birthday this year. Well, yes, all of us are, of course. But this particular someone is getting an But this particular someone is getting an inordinate amount of attention — the cover of Newsweek, front-page newspaper features across the country — as though nobody had ever had a birthday before. We heard endlessly about the boomers in their youth. It never seemed possible. Their dominating size created a society obsessed with youth.
Shrinking from the truth | Erma Bombeck Writers´ Workshop
I listened to a Pod-cast this morning regarding our lingerie. Absolutely correct! And while it might be fun for the first five minutes, what if you really like to wear something a little sexier all day? Hence why there is HommeMystere. We wanted lingerie with a feminine look , though was designed in patterns and sizes suitable for guys to wear all day. Another point raised was in regard to the look of lingerie on a guy. And if their partner likes them wearing it then great!
TV shows focus on aging, from 60-year-old boomers to disabled adult children
I grew up, went to college, got married in my senior year and never gave any serious thought to working. I always loved writing though and even managed to be named editor-in-chief of my sixth grade yearbook! Traveling for a living has its highs and lows, though, and when I reached the point where the thought of having to pack one more time left me in tears, I was fortunate to be offered a job as a wire service reporter in Miami for Fairchild Publications.
Sun Journal Maine humor columnist Mark LaFlamme unreels a few tales about a few ill-fated fishing trips he has taken. I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, a seasoned or expert fisherman. Generally, my idea of fishing involves using a fork and trying to get the last gherkin from the bottom of the jar. However, there are some isolated instances when I have drowned a few worms in the pursuit of some piscatorial prizes.