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Hi Ladies! I am so glad you decided to stop by for a visit! My desire is to provide a place for you to visit  for encouragement, recommendations, insight, laughter, venting and well… everything an over-50 woman would be blessed by. Please leave a comment, let me know what you’d like to see, and check out my “About Me” page.

Just for Laughs

Three Over50 women were having lunch together in one of their homes. One confesses, “I was half-way up the stairs the other day, and I couldn’t remember if I was going up or down!” The other ladies laugh and one counters, “I know what you mean. I was standing in front of the refrigerator yesterday and couldn’t remember if I was putting something in or taking something out!” As the laughter dies down, the third woman chimes in, “I haven’t really had any problems as of yet, knock on wood (she knocks on the table). Oh,” she says, “There is someone at the door!”


  1. Darcy

    “Women over 50 Thrive!” I LOVE it!
    This is a wonderful thing or are doing for people in this particular age range. I will be showing this site to my Mum. Who is having a great deal of difficulty finding her “place in life.” She feels that because of her age, she is no longer needed or good at anything. Which of course is untrue! And I think this site will help her a lot!

    Thanks so much for this. And keep up the great work!

    • Thanks so much Darcy! I’d love to meet your mom. Send her by. I’m just beginning here, but I think this will be a nice place for women to meet and share. Take care and oh, children can visit! Blessings, Robin

  2. We either laugh or get bitter and everybody hates us! hahaha….this is sagging, that is dragging and lions and tigers and bears OH MY! Anyway, stay in touch. I’m enjoying this so much and looking forward to forming some good relationships! Thanks for commenting Brooke! Blessings, Robin

  3. Hi Robin.
    Oh my gosh, I love you. What an awesome niche. I’m a wee bit jealous. I’ll be 50 in December and am determined to arrive in one piece. Laughter is my go to when my body falls apart. So I’m excited to follow you.

  4. I love this idea! For someone who is just in her 50’s I will have to come back often. It’s not often you find a website on the internet you can relate to. My mom has Parkinson’s so I can somewhat relate to what you said about your mom. Although she is lucid now, we had a scary time a year ago, we, too, enjoy her presence and cherish each day!!

    • Thanks for commenting Denise! Sorry about your mom. It’s hard watching those we love lose physical and mental health. I miss my mom, though she is alive in many ways to me. We need to hear each other’s stories and laugh and cry with each other. It’s healthy. Blessings, Robin

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