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Updates from My Aqua Fitness Class
Getting Along Fine in the Alone Lane
I’m from NYC, so you’d think I’d be used to crowds but somehow when it comes to my Aqua Fitness class, I’m in a league — and lane — of my own. Read more
All the News Not Fit to Deliver
A Customer Service Lament
“All the News Not Fit to Deliver.” That PLUS “customer service be damned” should be the new motto of both my beloved New York Times and the local newspaper here in Reno, Nevada.
Since Christmas, Read more
Five Days, Seven Shows
But Like All Good Plans, Something Unplanned Occurred
After three years of pandemic small world-ness, I was yearning for a trip “home.” Thirty-six months away from NYC, my childhood and forever spiritual home, was too long. An eternity. Now, finally, we were heading back. The plan: five days, seven shows. What could go wrong? Read more
New Year’s Wishes
Greetings to all my fellow middle-aged muddlers,
Is it really — already — a new year? Shocking and exciting!
May 2023 bring you love, health, and happiness.
From our home to yours,
Karen and Handsome Hubby
Early New Year’s Resolutions
Declare Goals Early. Accept Failure Quickly!
I like to get my New Year’s resolutions stated, started — and failed — early. That way I can begin the new year with my guilt gone and sense of order intact. “Same old. Same old me” is my mantra.
We all know exercise is good for you, at least that’s what the experts say. But I’m beginning to have my doubts. And fitness slacker that I am, I dare to pose the question: Read more
Channeling My Channel Confusion
So Many Streaming Services. So Many Passwords
So many great programs to watch at home these days, but accessing them is an exercise in channel confusion. Every time I pick something to view, I discover it’s only available on a streaming service we don’t subscribe to.
The problem — and my frustration — is especially acute Read more