Although I just got back from a month-long trip to Spain, I was jealous when I received the emails from members of our blogging group describing their travel adventures. Israel and the shore. I’d like to be at either one rather than spending hours and hours doing yard work. But, the yard is starting to look good, and we’ll have vegetables soon.
Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting tells us travel is organized, anticipated, finally launched – and then it is over. Baer’s Israel adventure concludes – almost. It’s hard to believe that following months of planning and expectation followed by long, exhausting days touring the country with family, her adventure winds down. Baer summarizes activities experienced and places visited in “An Israel Adventure Almost Over.”
Laura Lee Carter of the Adventures of the New Old Farts is focusing on the positive this week. She writes about making good choices as we age and being pleased with the outcomes in “It’s Not Where You Start, It’s How You Finish” and “Three Years Later in Rural Colorado…”.
Carol Cassara, who blogs at Heart•Mind•Soul, tells us her dog, Riley, wants to make sure your pets have a peaceful, anxiety-free Independence Day. Riley offers his advice at “Riley Recommends: Your Pet and July 4.”
This is the Best of Boomer Blogs #502. Click on the links above to read the articles by our great boomer bloggers. And, be sure to enter into the conversations. Boomer bloggers love to hear from readers.