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Getting Bolder: The Gift of Friendship

“There are no strangers here; Only friends you haven’t yet met.” William Butler Yeats When I first joined Sisters on the Fly, I had yet to experience many of the “firsts” of grief. The first birthday without him. The first Thanksgiving. The first Christmas. Oh…I […]

Getting Bolder: A Time of Thanksgiving

“Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.” – Karl Barth   Ginny, SOTF #3537, shares with us all here– As we head into this season of gratitude, I look back over the past year and begin to count my many blessings. This was a big […]

Getting Bolder: Change is in the Air

Ginny, SOTF #3537, shares with us all here; “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” e.e.cummings OLD SCHOOL Sentiments Remember what it felt like as a child at the end of summer? The air changed. The colors became muted as […]

Getting Bolder: Facing Adversity

Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537, contributed this post: We are getting bolder! We are stepping out of our comfort zones with every bend in the road…with every parking job in a tight spot…with every trip over hill and dale. So, how do we stay bold in […]

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 […]

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 […]