Mary D’s Blog
Today, let’s see what the 60s look like.
You’re wives, mothers, grandmothers, care givers, single, divorced, widowed, working, painting, crafting, cooking, traveling (and blogging!) — you’re just plain extraordinary.
Chic at Any Age
Some of you gave up great jobs to raise your children, went back to school to get another degree and head out to look for new opportunities. At least one of you has beaten cancer. It’s not always easy you tell me, and I know you’re right. But here’s the upside, you all seem so positive. When you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the quotidian and the challenges you perhaps didn’t expect; what do you do? You find something positive to emphasize.
I’m in awe. Not only are you a great looking group, you’re also intelligent and, most of the time, optimistic.
|Holly, Ming’s sister and the source of their extraordinary genes, Muriel, their 94-year-old mother,|
Tomorrow we’ll see what the 40s look like and no, I haven’t forgotten to take pictures on the street and will continue to do so. And, you, I hope, will continue to send me your pictures. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A demain mes trés chers amis.