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You can’t rain on this Sister’s parade (or trailer)!

Sister #1470, Robin Maillet, joined SOTF in the spring of 2009, just months after losing her younger and only biological sister to cancer.  Robin has often stated, “It took 1,469  “sisters” to fill the hole left by the ONE I had to let go”.   In […]

Sister #1 Gets Knee Deep in Sheep

A SOTF blog post contribution by founder Maurrie Sussman, Sister #1 Oh my gosh, ladies, I just had the most wonderful adventure! Some ranchers here in Absarokee, Montana, asked me if I would like to come help with the shearing of the sheep this past […]

A Final Frontier

Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537, contributed this post: I’d be willing to bet we can all remember our first outing with Sisters on the Fly. We remember where we went, what we did, and if we don’t remember every single Sister that attended, there are certainly […]

Step Out & Be Bold

Post contributed by blogger, Positive Aging Expert & Motivational Speaker, Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537    Marshmallow Ranch Blog I’ve been a member of Sisters on the Fly since April 2013. I joined just two weeks after my husband’s funeral. I knew instinctively I needed something joyful to […]

A Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Message

I just read an article that strongly suggests that being part of a group like Sisters on the Fly can have amazing benefits for your health. Scientists state that looking after your social life may be even more important than a good diet and regular […]

Auld Lang Syne for a Special SOTF Year

Post contributed by blogger, Positive Aging Expert & Motivational Speaker, Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537    Marshmallow Ranch Blog Getting Bolder: Auld Lang Syne “Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind?” A Scottish poem written by Robert Burns in 1788, these words are set to […]

“Camping in a Winter Wonderland”

Posted by contributing blogger, Positive Aging Expert & Motivational Speaker, Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537    Marshmallow Ranch Blog ****************** This is the time of year most of us north of the Mason-Dixon Line dread so much…storing our campers for the winter. When I bought a little […]

Getting Bolder: Stories…not Stuff!

Postive aging expert Ginny McKinny gives us the low-down on the glories of making life a little less static and a little more nomadic. See what happens when you trade stuff for stories.

Five Ways to Be Bolder Everyday

The School of Hard Knocks can either wear you down to a smaller version of yourself, or it can sharpen your edges. Here’s five ways you can start getting bolder today!

Getting Bolder: Santa’s Gift

Positive aging leader Ginny McKinny speaks on what it’s like to have faith that maybe, just maybe, Santa might be real.