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Bridge Reflected in Water Italy 2006

Last week, I spent days looking through my photo collections for photos for a funeral. It was a huge, huge trip down memory lane. Marriages, kids, divorces, travel, deaths, and more. I feel like I’ve been through an emotional wringer. However, through it all, I had an additional realization, again, that I need to work on getting my photos better organized.

I have 50 notebooks full of photos, and I have about that many more that need to be put in archival sleeves. Also, I could take more photos out of my digital chronological files and put them in the named files so I could have them handy to use.

Anyway, above is one of the photos I found, which is now properly identified.

Meanwhile, my baby boomer blogger friends are busy, too, continuing to write great articles. Topics for this issue of the Best of Boomer Blogs are:

  • Online dating for seniors.
  • The history of the Tootsie Roll.
  • What to do about boys in high school that don’t study.
  • What to do if you miss a credit card payment.
  • Why liberals from blue states move to red states.
  • What are the best flight search engines.

Jennifer Koshak of Unfold and Begin writes about these articles on the Best of Boomer Blogs #638. Click here to get the links to the articles. And be sure to join in the conversations. Boomer bloggers love to hear from readers.


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