Ronni Bennet's site, Time Goes By, is a good blog to check out. This 63 year-old has been blogging for a long time (since 2004, which is a long time in the blogosphere) and she has a good list of "ElderBloggers" to check out for grandmothers and older mothers. Her article on Learning to Navigate Medicare on April 2 is a good one for those interested in the subject. Lots of wisdom from Ronni.
Jill Fallon, a Smith alumna, writes several blogs and has been doing so for a long time, too (also since 2004). Legacy Matters has some interesting categories for those interested in life and death matters. Her Business of Life blog (since 2004) covers a broad array of topics. Here's one from BoL on Caring for Aging Parents and one on the recent news about the Medical Study on Prayer.
For Texas women, here are two geographical sites to check out. When I was driving recently in Dallas, I noticed the big hubub on street widening along Mockingbird Lane. I was also aware of the issues of parenting teenagers and drinking that seemed to bubble out of Dallas. The first is a site for the Park Cities called BubbleLife.com that covers these issues. Great name for this boundaried site in a city where the first question everyone is asked upon meeting someone new is "Where do you live?" (in Oklahoma City, it is "Where did you go to school").
A Texas Mama hub site online is AustinMama.com. Great things always come out of Austin! Here's the headline from a story on the site: Meet the Kegels: An Exercise in Mamas Makin' Music. A fun site.