Monthly Archives: February 2012

Mirrors, Salt, Skinny Jeans and Other Enemies

It’s a no-brainer. Of course the mirror is Enemy #1.  Some mirrors are more forgiving than others, but they all buy branded viagra basically suck. I mean, why best buy software subject myself to that? The answer, of course, is that one has to utilize one’s mirror (to apply spackle, grout and concealer) before going out into the world each day. They…

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Empty-Nesters Weekend Getaway!

A couple weeks ago our good friends Doug and Diane asked us to go with them to their time-share in Pacific Grove and to the Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament (and yes, we saw Tiger, Phil, Tony Romo, Aaron viagra sales canada Rodgers and Josh Duhamel, et oem software download al.; and yes, I get soooo excited about stuff like that.)…

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Press "Replay"

Having been married for almost 27 years, Chuck and I do our share of disagreeing/debating/arguing  –probably more discount oem software often than is healthy, or that I care to admit. And invariably it’s a discussion of the same old issues, over and over and over again. Ad nauseum. When he starts his oft-repeated retorts, I’m quick to say, “Geez, just press the…

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Another Aging Beauty

Look at all those lines and dents and chips and viagra order cracks. And think buy cheap oem software download of the stories “she” cialis online could tell. Encouraging evidence, once again, that it is possible to age with grace and beauty.

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Face It! (The beard)

So if I were a pre-pubescent male, I would be ecstatic. I have been sporting a beard and mustache for about three years now. It started out as the quintessential peach fuzz. And then way too many of those fuzzies morphed into long…and coarse…and ugly…and straw-like entities, especially on the chin. Oh, and let’s not forget the female…

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Here's to Friday…

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The Park

It’s a beautiful February Friday here in Gold River. A blue-sky, sunshiney, 63-degree kinda day. As I went by the park this morning and saw all the cute kids with their moms/caregivers, I thought back to the glory days (although I didn’t appreciat viagra sale e fully the glory at the time) of taking my…

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Chuck and I were invited to a fun little soiree last night. Our friends, Mike and Beth, were celebrating his 60th, her 50th, Valentine’s Day and Friendship. Such a great way to usher in the new week! Toasts were made,  hugs were given, drinks were enjoyed (duh), small talk and heavy-duty conversation took place, yummy food was consumed, introductions…

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The Second Half

Okay. So Clint Eastwood weighed in on the “second half” during the Super Bowl last week. Great commentary, I thought. Inspiring. Encouraging. Good stuff. (And I personally did NOT think there was any subliminal, political message hidden in there.)But that got me to thinking about our second half. Which we’re in, I hope you realize. We…

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Uh-Oh Moments

Oprah has her Ah-Ha moments. I have my Uh-Oh moments. Here are just a few that come to mind this rainy Tuesday morning:                    & best price cialis nbsp;                                                                 ************* *  Having to slooooowly and gingerly get out of pfizer mexico viagra bed each morning — just to make sure all the appendages are working properly. *  Comparing teeth…

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About Me

It's true! Despite playing defense virtually all my life against the onslaught of this sometimes-ugly aging process, it...has...arrived! I naively thought I would escape cellulite (the Cottage Cheese) and crow's feet (the Crepe Paper). But I didn't! And why didn't anyone tell me about this emotional roller-coaster that comes with being an Empty-Nester?! My name is Jodie Barringer Myers. I'm a 54-year-old Friday/chardonnay/ hydrangea-loving wife/mom/court reporter living in Sacramento (Gold River!), California. Writing is cathartic for me. And because I look to find humor and humility among the rubble that is my now very peri-menopausal self, I'm hopeful that you will laugh, cry, learn, enjoy and, most of all, relate to what I have to say. After all, we're all in this together, right?

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