Weekend Musings: Doris Day, The Moon, Motivation & More

May 18, 2019 By
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Happy Weekend My Darlings!

What a week it has been. I am finally back home in my beloved Chicago, my darlings, only to be traveling to Arizona very soon. You can only imagine the packing and unpacking that has been going on. But, I am so grateful to be living this full and wonderful life. I am so blessed.

Rest In Peace, Doris Day

This Monday we lost the talented and big-voiced Doris Day. She was 97-years-old and never lost her sunny disposition. She had such a wonderful film and music career in Hollywood, but did you know that she was also a dog-lover and animal activist?

I had no idea my darlings, but wow, she was an impeccable woman in more ways than one!

Read more about this powerful lady, her pups and the Doris Day Animal Foundation HERE.

“Moonquakes”

My darlings, I was pleasantly surprised to learn this week that scientists have discovered that the moon is more complex than we ever imagined. Scientists have said this new discovery, “flies in the face of conventional wisdom.”

For as long as scientists have studied the moon, it has been assumed that it is a solid mass of rock that does not move, unlike our beloved mother earth that shakes and quakes when it wants to due to its tectonic plates. However, recently my darlings, it has been shown that the moon, in fact, has “moonquakes”.

If you are intrigued just as I have been by this discovery, you can learn all about it HERE.

This Week’s Roundup of Blog Posts Include:

A Special Gift From My Mother on the Meaning of Happiness

 

Monday Motivation: How To Be Free

 

3 Essential Pieces of Advice for Sons and Daughters

 

Fashionable Fitness Attire For 50+ Ladies

 

Picture by my darling friend, Cassie

Why You Don’t Have To Be Lonely 

 

Tips & Tricks for Stress-Free Travel Over 50


Honey Good Signature

 

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