Review – DON’T CALL ME MOTHER

I wrote this review for www.BookPleasures.com and decided it is an important enough book to share with visitors to my own blog.

DON’T CALL ME MOTHER (New Edition) Linda Joy Myers

She Writes Press, 2013

ISBN: 978-1-938314-02-5

 A friend once told me, “Your mother is your first best friend.” This is irrevocably true, even if she

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About Haciendas in the 21st Century

 

Tumacacori Mission

In the Borderlands, a stone’s through from Hollywood, someone who is looking for a more romantic West can find it in Spanish missions, dude ranches and hacienda-style homes. Tucson’s Catalina Foothills development of the 1930s-40s is dotted with mock-adobe walls and red tiled rooftops that enclose luxurious living spaces with beamed

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CHECK YOUR RECEIPTS BEFORE LEAVING THE CHECK-OUT

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

Another e-mail from our English “Cousin” Peter: Don’t ignore this one. Check your debit/credit card receipts before you leave stores . This is another scam that has reared it’s ugly head!!!!! P.

[I HAVE REMOVED THE NAME OF THE STORE. OTHERWISE, THE CIRCULATING MESSAGE READS] I bought a bunch of stuff, over

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Longevity – Do You Vote For or Against?

New Low Cost Housing for Tucson Seniors

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

How fortunate it seemed to me to find an essay by Natasha Singer (SLIPSTREAM, The New York Times, Sunday, October 17, 2010) titled “The Financial Time Bomb of Longer Lives.”

Two day before I had received in my mailbox yet another sales pitch for a product that would “extend

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The rug was pulled out from under us.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

Since our 50th high school class reunion, my four best high school friends and I rendezvous once a year or more.  Jean, Diane and MaryLee still live in Wisconsin, I have lived in Arizona for 49 years, and Kay is bicoastal when she and her third husband are not

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