100,982, 246 Minutes of Life

By Renee Fisher Last week, an article from the New York Times started making the rounds of all the social

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The reinvention of the Cabinet meeting

By Renee Fisher, Life in the Boomer Lane Cabinet members arrive in the room, then take their appointed seats. Trump:

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My anti-bucket list

Recently, LBL saw a reference to an “anti-bucket” list. This made total sense, so LBL began to think about all the items that she hoped never to experience in this lifetime.

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Non-conformists sock it to them

People who deliberately choose to wear whacky socks are seen as having increased status and competency.

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Spending sprouts from our genes

Thanks to AARP Magazine, Life in the Boomer Lane is told that her wide swings between thriftiness and excess can be blamed entirely on genetics.

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Replacing a baby with a burrito

Life in the Boomer Lane is in Charleston, where Youngest Child and Daughter-in-Law have just produced their first child, after a mere 36-hour labour.

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Why Men Return

Life in the Boomer Lane has known several women who have been contacted by men who knew them as former boyfriends, decades earlier (in one case, at summer camp).

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Laughter for worse and better

It’s tough for LBL to be sad when she thinks of Miki. There was entirely too much laughter and too much glorious mayhem that characterized their friendship. Of course, there was a serious side and the knowledge that each could tell the other anything and it would be all right. But it’s the laughter that still rings in LBL’s ears.

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