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Doncha just love it when we start to feel unglued?!? Boomer humor writer Renee Fisher feels that way … every single day. Which is why she wrote in her blog about Getting Found By Getting Lost.
Renee Fisher has solved a big modern-day challenge: How to be an involved grandmother from thousands of miles away, using the Internet.
Sure, it’s a free country, but that doesn’t mean we feel free to look our age. Especially women. But, STOP THE PRESSES: there is one very prominent 64-year-old who disagrees. And Renee Fisher, author of “Saving the Best for Last,” has called her out!
There’s no denying it: our boomer generation is turning out more grandparents every day. Baby boomer Renee Fisher has given grandparenthood a lot of thought, and wrote these observations about what she calls Grandparenthood, and Other Aberrations of Nature.
We boomers are the best at everything, aren’t we?!? Sad to say, according to sources researched by Renee Fisher, this includes divorce. So how do we fix that problem when it crops up? By saying “I did, I didn’t, I do.”
Got a good life? Got a bad one? Either way, if you’re a boomer, you’ve probably got some stories to tell, and maybe it would help others….and maybe it would help you….to write your memoirs. If you’re interested, Renee Fisher, co-author of Invisible No More: The Secret Lives of Women Over 50, has some advice.