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).


Capture the Colour 2013 (A Photo Essay)

September 6, 2013 36 comments

Yes, yes, my fellow Americans (United Statesers), I know you think I spelled “colour” incorrectly; but, “colour” is the correct spelling if you are from the United Kingdom, a British Commonwealth nation or somewhere the British bequeathed their spelling.  The British even left behind their spelling in places where they didn’t leave behind a host of […]

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What’s the Password? “Shhh, It’s a Secret”

August 29, 2013 31 comments

You can tell my husband Steve (a/k/a Mr. Excitement) and I have a good marriage because for 31 years, we have shared a home office. You can imagine my surprise one Saturday as we sat back to back at our respective computers when I heard this from “Mr. I Never Talk When I’m Working”: STEVE: […]

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Brigantine, New Jersey — Where Lawn Ornaments Go To Die

August 14, 2013 69 comments

We raised our sons in a leafy green suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The houses had lawns, but no lawn ornaments, except for perhaps dueling candidate signs during elections. In the arc of my Baby Boomer life, I’m not sure exactly when I stopped seeing politically incorrect and/or cheesy statues on people’s front lawns, but it […]

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Ghost Haunts in the United Kingdom: York, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Pluckley

July 15, 2013 0 comments

(Boo! This is a guest post by Catherine Lavinia.) You don’t have to wait until Halloween to enjoy an evening of the macabre while visiting the United Kingdom.  The UK is full of spooky delights for you to choose from. Up and down the country, you can spend a bloodcurdling weekend walking along cobbled streets […]

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Enjoy These Travels Down Memory Lane

July 10, 2013 15 comments

Most of the time, when we think about “travel”, we are out and about  — on road trips, flying across countries and continents, sailing the high seas or memorable rivers, riding the rails or even hiking on our own two feet. Sometimes we’re off on new adventures and sometimes we’re revisiting old haunts. Our bodies […]

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#59 Travel Photo Roulette (Revolution) – Results Edition

July 7, 2013 17 comments

Thank You! to all 27  bloggers who contributed photos to the 59th round of Photo Travel Roulette (June 27th through July 4th) with Revolution as the theme. Thanks for making my task in selecting a winner so difficult! As I hoped, there were many different “takes” on the term. Here’s how I described the theme: Revolution […]

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Wassup with Google Reader? : – (

June 30, 2013 10 comments

If you have never heard of Google Reader, please return to whatever you were doing before you looked at this blog post. Better yet, use the navigation tabs at the top of this page or the “Popular Posts” widget on the sidebar to find something else fascinating to read on Boomeresque. The rest of you, […]

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#59 Travel Photo Roulette — REVOLUTION

June 27, 2013 92 comments

July 8, 2013  AND WE HAVE A WINNER!  SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ALL 27 ENTRIES IN ROUND #59 OF PHOTO TRAVEL ROULETTE AND THEN CLICK HERE TO SEE THE WINNER AND RUNNERS UP  **************************************************************************** While I am grateful to have been chosen by the Gypsy Nesters to host the 59th round of Travel Photo Roulette, I’m […]

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Baby Boomer Travel Induced Hypochondria

April 5, 2013 41 comments


As Boomeresque readers know, my husband, Steve, and I returned from a trip to Hawaii at the end of February. We live in Philadelphia, so despite the curious fact that the island state of Hawaii actually has roads that are denoted “Interstate” highways, this meant our trip involved about 24 hours in various airplanes to […]

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Philadelphia (Good) Phriday — Bach’s Saint Matthew Passion at the Kimmel Center

March 29, 2013 29 comments

My beloved (Mr. Excitement) is not a huge fan of classical choral music. So, last night while he supped with some science peeps, I treated myself to a ticket for a performance of the Saint Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Westminster choir and the American Boychoir, in the opening […]

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