1. Adj.: Describing a person born between 1 Jan. 1946 and 31 Dec. 1964
2. Adj.: Description of a person, place or thing possessing Baby Boomer je ne sais quoi
3. See also, Boomer, Esq.: A Baby Boomer who is also a licensed attorney (See, e.g., About).

Philadelphia Phreak Out – Popeapocalypse Now

September 1, 2015 20 comments


Did you hear or do you live under a rock? Pope Francis is coming to Philadelphia!  The Pope is visiting Philadelphia! In conjunction with the World Meeting of Families, Pope Francis will be in Philadelphia at three public events in Center City on Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th, 2015. For months, in drips […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #233 – She’s Baaaccck! Edition

August 31, 2015 12 comments

Zentangle Diva challenge 233 Zenith

[Zentangle? Who? What? Find out here.] This week, the Zentangle Diva, Laura Harms, is back from her summer hiatus. Her challenge was for us to use the Mother Ship’s new “official” tangle, Zenith. I like when the Diva’s challenge forces me to sit down and learn a new tangle. It’s kind of like homework (in […]

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Los Amigos – A Boomeresque Atlantic City, New Jersey Restaurant Review

August 17, 2015 34 comments

Interior Los Amigos Restaurant, Atlantic City, New Jersey

Once the summer muggies descend on our hometown, Philadelphia, we head “down the shore” to the house we bought in Brigantine, on the first barrier island north of Atlantic City, New Jersey. When we brilliantly bought the house right before the 2008 real estate collapse caused by the financial crisis, our then 20-something sons incredulously asked […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #231-Undulating Tangles and Brigantine Sunsets (Just Because)

August 17, 2015 22 comments

Zentangle Diva Challenge 231

This week the Zentangle Diva’s challenge is by Sharla Hicks, CZT, a summer guest diva. Sharla challenged us to use undulating tangles, explaining that she finds tangles composed of undulating “C” and “S” curves to be calming. I’m actually kind of fond of them myself partly because they’re very “forgiving”, and notwithstanding the rule that […]

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Sisterhood of the World (Travel) Bloggers

August 3, 2015 26 comments


I felt honored to be chosen to participate in the Sisterhood of the World (Travel) Bloggers by Boston based blogger, Alison Abbot. Alison’s blog is Green with Renvy, Travel and Lifestyle in Sustainable Shades of Green, an “enjoyable riff on the concept of renovating your travel and lifestyle in sustainable shades of green”.  I met […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #228 – Inspired by Nature Edition

July 27, 2015 23 comments


This week’s guest Zentangle Diva is Cari Sultanik, a classmate from the Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) training #18. That experience was enhanced by meeting Cari and other interesting people from around the world. Inspired by the summer (at least in the northern hemisphere), Cari’s challenge was for us to go organic. Cari is from the […]

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An Introduction to the Wine Regions of Spain

July 23, 2015 15 comments

main cathedral in Salamanca, Spain.

I admit that on my last trip to Spain, I pretty much just drank sangria (and ate ice cream) which means other than the fact that it was red, I had no idea what wine I was drinking. On my next trip to Spain, I hope to be a little more sophisticated, so I’ve done some […]

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Philadelphia Liberty Trail – A Boomeresque Travel Book Review

July 19, 2015 30 comments

Philadelphia Liberty Trail Boomeresque book review

I’ve been an unapologetic history geek ever since my father took me on a tour of all things Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia for a fourth grade school report, so I’m happy to review the 2015 guidebook, Philadelphia Liberty Trail by baby boomer travel writers and bloggers, Larissa and Michael Milne. The Milnes are long time Philadelphia residents […]

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Artisanal Ice Cream – A Visit to La Ibense in Salou on the Costa Daurada in the Catalunya (Catalonia) Region of Spain

June 22, 2015 29 comments

Ice Cream is Happiness Condensed

It’s not only about ham in Spain—although heaven knows, they do like love their ham there. When I visited Salou, a sea side resort town on the Costa Daurada (Costa Dorada in Spanish; Gold Coast) in the Catalunya (Catalonia) region of Spain, it was all about ice cream. (Yes! High five AND a fist bump). Confession: […]

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The Macedonian Grill – A Boomeresque Brigantine, New Jersey Restaurant Review

June 18, 2015 23 comments

Macedonian Grill, Brigantine, New Jersey

Brigantine, New Jersey is the barrier beach town to which we escape as much as possible from May through September. In other words, we’re shoobies. On a recent Friday afternoon, we drove the 80 minutes from Center City Philadelphia to our refuge from the big city. A quick scan of the contents of our Brigantine […]

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