As baby boomers, we’ve worked hard to develop a sense of community, and a sense of acceptance. But it never comes easily, and it doesn’t last without a little work. Liz Kitchens has written a piece about how she has kept it going in her life. It’s the Sisterhood of the Poker Group.
Baby boomer Liz Kitchens has written for us before, all about the joy of parenting her grown-up kids. But that was then; this is now. She’s not in the same mood any more. In fact, she says “Look out Baby, I’m in a Dangerous Mood!”
Are you an old enough boomer to face an empty nest? Or are you already missing the full one? Liz Kitchens might have figured a way to fill it again … at least from time to time. Call her technique “Labradoodle Love.”