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The Baby Boomer Diva Blog

In honor of my 50th birthday which is coming up in June, I have decided to form a special club. It's the Baby Boomer Diva Club and you are welcome to join if you are going to be 50 years old in 2007 like me.

Now, in order to be a member of this club you must meet certain standards. You must be DETERMINED, INTELLIGENT, VIVACIOUS and have plenty of ATTITUDE! This is definitely not a club for you if you're whining about growing older or sick to death about hot flashes. It's also not for you if you are a constant complainer. You know, you complain because you've picked up a few extra pounds or just for the mere fact that the sun is shining. No---no--no---this club is not for you.

What I'm looking for are women who are looking at their lives through rose colored glasses and grabbing the bulls by the horn and taking no prisoners. I want to associate with women who are proud to be where they are in life---despite the bumps in the road. Honey, we all have bumps in the road and raging storms that we go through but the key is we "go through" and move on.

Over the next several months, I hope to find other DIVAs like myself who are on the move and making a difference. If you fit the bill, WELCOME to the Baby Boomer Diva Club!


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