Monthly Archives: August 2012

Future Medicare Proposal?

A couple of days ago I gave you the 15 possible proposals to strengthen Medicare.  Today we are going to look at the pros and cons. Let’s look at Proposal #1:  Raise the Medicare Eligibility Age Pro:  Raising the Medicare … Continue reading

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Last week down…this week up…

My life has been a little blurry this last week.  I developed double vision.  Could only see the world through one eye.  Finally got in to see my doctors this past Monday.  Primary care doc ruled out a brain tumor … Continue reading

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What are you doing to Medicare?

Yesterday I was at a table as a volunteer for OR AARP.  Met a lot of nice people and a few that didn’t seem to understand what might be going on with Medicare.  Have you joined the conversation?  Go to … Continue reading

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Woman’s Fight is Not Over!

In a little over two months men and women of every race, creed, color, sexual orientation, and religion will be casting their individual vote for the President of the United States. As women we need to think about the fight … Continue reading

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After the Abduction

New York Times Bestseller AFTER THE ABDUCTION by Sabrina Jeffries is for “anyone who loves romance” says Lisa Kleypas.  “Her wit and passion will enthrall you.”  says Christina Dodd. Romance novels are one of the best-selling genres and I am … Continue reading

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WENCH…a good read…

Just finished reading WENCH, a novel by Dolen Perkins-Valdez.  Excellent book. Situated in Ohio, a free territory before the Civil War, Tawawa House is an idyllic retreat for Southern white men who vacation there every summer with their enslaved black mistresses.  … Continue reading

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Celebrate the 10%!

This last week has been one I don’t want to repeat.  My bedroom was invaded by a nest of yellow jackets.  My dryer died.  My internet/cable tv/phone service kept going offline.  Yikes! However, there is light at the end of … Continue reading

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