Design aficionados consider the 1950's as "mid century modern"... the literal explanation being the "mid point" of the 20th century.
After a 10 year marriage that ended poorly and a subsequent 10 year relationship with "my best friend and the man of my dreams" (that also ended poorly) I now find myself at the "mid-century" mark of my life.
I've started and stopped this blog several times over the past few years.... but I think I've finally found my niche.
It's not a "how to" or "what to" or even "I'm over 50 and lonely" blog.
What I hope it becomes is a record of the second half of my life. What my goals are, what I hope to accomplish, who inspires me.... and maybe I'll connect with women that face the same challenges along the way.
I don't regret anything or anyone that has brought me to this point... rather I'm looking up and over to try and visualize what I can become on my own. I hope you'll join me on my way.
| Circa 2001. My Mother, Sister & myself on my oldest son's 18th Birthday.|
Some pretty awesome women!