Old age has a great sense of calm and freedom.

Float Pray Love

by lesliedinaberg on August 27, 2010

There’s nothing like the adrenalin rush of a near miss to make even a heathen like me say her prayers. And there’s nothing like a tragedy to make me vow, for the umpteenth time, to savor every moment and not to sweat the small stuff. I had a horrible reminder of this the other day. […]

Back to school daze

by lesliedinaberg on August 20, 2010

It doesn’t seem possible that summer is almost over. We’ve only had three decent beach days and we haven’t dusted off the barbecue or the blender in weeks. Summer’s barely started. How can it possibly be time for school to start again? There is something fundamentally wrong with going back to school in August, especially […]

Dance Fever

by lesliedinaberg on August 13, 2010

I love to dance. At concerts, in my living room, in my car, at my desk, in the shower, it doesn’t really matter where. If a good song comes on-whether it’s live, on the radio, on my iPod, or just in my head-I’m compelled to start bopping a body part or two. I don’t care […]

History in the Making

by lesliedinaberg on August 1, 2010

Eric Boehm & Family Honoring the past while looking toward the future has been a recurring theme throughout the 92 years of Eric Boehm’s life and his most recent venture, Boehm Biography Group, brings together three generations of his own family-son Steven, 49, and grandson Jeff, 25-to help others preserve their heritage and create meaningful […]