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Baby Boomer POV

Although I have a lot of interests, any expertise I have comes mostly from 65 years of life experience. So, in essence, what this blog is about is just one Baby Boomer’s POV (Point of View) on a range of subjects that I hope will engage your interest, your opinions, and your imaginations. This page is a summary of the most recent posts.

Eggcorns: Playful Words

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You're heard of a play on words. Eggcorns are playful words that put distinction in your characters and add humor to your writing.
One of the fun things about the English language is that it is constantly changing and as it changes, it isn't afraid to laugh at itself.
If you are looking for a way to add a fresh and funny face to your writing, try an eggcorn.

Too Many Strays —Too Soft a Heart

abondoned dog

Country life was the cat's meow—. Really! It was everything we expected and a lot we didn't expect. Day to day, we never knew who we would find at the end of our driveway, on our doorstep, or even tied to a tree. During the years we lived in the country, there was a steady stream of tail chasers and tail waggers that were dependent on the softness of our hearts.


Five Tips for New Freelance Writers

dog detective

Write because you love writing. If your goal in writing is monetary success, you may be disappointed.
Throughout history, writing hasn't been a 'get rich quick' scheme for most writers. In fact, many famous writers, such as Edgar Allan Poe, died broke and broken. If you are writing for any other reason than you absolutely love writing, you are writing for the wrong reason.


Ball Python: A Snake You Can Warm Up To.

Normal Ball Python

Snakes are not slimy as many people believe. They are cool, dry, and very smooth to the touch. They,who keep snakes, say it's very calming to handle them. The ball python is a good starter reptile for the beginning snake keeper and a favorite even among advanced snake breeders.


Keeping Tortoises

Sulcata Tortoises: Clifford & Cleo

All tortoises are turtles but not all turtles are tortoises. Although both belong to the order Testudines or Chelonia (reptiles whose bodies are attached to a shell), turtles are very different than the land-loving animal we call a tortoise.