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Entries by Renee Fisher from 03/2014

Finding Older Single Men: Part 1

| Posted 03.04.2014 | Fifty

Since science, research and Dr. Ruth are of no help whatsoever, where is the silver lining for single boomer women?

Finding Older Single Men: Part 2

| Posted 03.06.2014 | Fifty

This post is intended solely for women who have an interest in finding age-compatible men for the purpose of a relationship. It does not include women who have created amazing, stimulating solo lives with family, friends and high quality vibrators.

Guerrilla Aging: A Roadmap for the Third Half of Life

| Posted 03.18.2014 | Fifty

Having run out of new fun ice cream flavors, LBL would now like to resurrect Guerrilla Aging as part of her Life in the Boomer Lane blog. Here is what LBL wrote as an intro to the other blog.

Khal Putin Banned From Netflix

| Posted 03.20.2014 | Comedy

Inspired by the Netflix ban, Facebook has unfriended Mr Putin and halted any activity on his Fan Page. Twitter no longer allows him to follow Kim Kardashian. LinkedIn, Tumblr, Digg, and Pinterest are following events carefully and are considering their options.

Happy 80th Birthday, Gloria Steinem

| Posted 03.25.2014 | Women

She answered to a far more powerful calling than the beauty with which she was born. The gift of Gloria Steinem is that she could walk into a room and have everyone stop to look at her, then open her mouth and have everyone forget what she looked like.

How To Buy A Swimsuit

| Posted 03.27.2014 | Fifty

Life in the Boomer Lane has been so busy shoveling snow, losing gloves and stocking up on milk, toilet paper, and the makings of chocolate chip cookies, that she has failed to notice that Spring has started. Spring is the season in which all of LBL's senses undergo their yearly reawakening, and she is once again conscious that her body does not fit into any swimsuit that has been made for humans to actually wear.

The Myth of Men Not Being Able to Commit

| Posted 03.27.2014 | Comedy

Life in the Boomer Lane is continually amused by the glut of articles she sees about the inability that many men have to commit to relationships. Her own experience is that men commit more fully than women do.

Guerrilla Aging: When Where We Are Isn't Where We Thought We'd Be

| Posted 03.28.2014 | Fifty

I had dinner with a friend/colleague a couple of days ago. She is 60, and for decades was the devoted wife of a career military man. A registered nurse by training, she happily set aside her profession and assumed the role she felt was her highest calling. She continued to stand by her man even after it was painfully clear that her man was standing by someone else's side.