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Women, Mid-Life & Menopause Events

 

 


If you have an event coming up and would like to get  
the word out, send the information to me!

 



Are you looking for a unique gift for your girlfriends who are reaching a milestone in their life?

The funniest menopause tshirts are here!

 



Why are these Detroit area women smiling?

Because they were part of the Minnie Pauz  group that went to see "Menopause the Musical" at the 
Gem Theater! It was great fun with lots of laughter, just the kind of activity that Minnie Pauz loves! 

Hi Dee...at the beginning of the year, you put a note in your newsletter, asking for Pauzers having fun to let you know what we are doing.  You also requested a photo if available.

About 4 years ago - while STILL hot flashing my way through life, (actually, it has been 14 years thus far) I decided I needed to add more exercise into my daily routine.  I don't like exercising, besides the exertion triggers MORE hot flashes than the 20 -30 I have everyday as it is.  But, I DO love to dance - all kinds of dance, so I decided I would try a Hula class being offered by our Parks and Recreation Dept.  I have continued taking classes along with a group of other women, and according to our instructor - a "Pauzer" herself, we know over 30 dances, Hawaiian as well as Tahitian. 
Within the last year or so, a few of us have combined to form our own little group for the purpose of performing at fundraising events etc. - as requested.  We have put on several performances, enjoying the fun, exercise and muscle toning dancing the Hula brings.  We all look forward to our weekly dance classes, performance rehearsal sessions and the "celebrations" we share occasionally - as we have all acquired a new set of friends along with new dancing skills.

Attached is a photo of 2/3's of the group members.  I don't want to identify them specifically, but if you use the photo, please just note that we are all Pauzers, over 55 (except for the slender blonde, second from the right) from the Southern California area.  Our instructor is the dark haired woman in the center.

Thanks mucho for keeping up this site and sharing the good, bad and the ugly of this time in our lives..........MM



"What do I do for fun ~ once or twice a year I go camping with 6-8 girl friends... We take a motor home and a tent.... I love sleeping in the tent... we go different places, to the coast, to the desert, last year we camped in a cow pasture.... when we went to the desert ~ we went for a late night soak in the the hot springs....  at the coast we flew kites and gathered shells.... at the ranch ~ we all got to learn how to ride quads without any men around to instruct us...  got to wake up to the cows bellowing outside the tent...  we let our hair down and talk about life... cry a little and laugh a little.... we all worked together driving school bus until we lost our jobs 3 years ago to a contractor.... all of us are over 50 except for one....but I feel she will have an easier time with menopause from hanging out with us... learning from our mistakes".....Mollie

 


 

 

 

 

Hi all. I learned how to ride this motorcycle when I was 56 . It was something I count as my best accomplishment. I have a small camper too and sometimes I go off all by myself camping just to get away. It helps everyone for me to get away when I have those miserable I hate everybody days. I'm also learning how to play the harmonica!! It helps to stay busy thru this awful time they call menopause! I've been going thru this for 10 years. Good luck to all my sisters just remember you can do anything you put your mind to!! Dixie Rose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                I've attached a picture of what I'm going to be doing in 2006 to make my life better.   I started this hobby when I turned 40 and I'm now
                into my eighth year, and loving it more every day!


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                I've attached a picture of what I'm going to be doing in 2006 to make my life better.   I started this hobby when I turned 40 and I'm now
                into my eighth year, and loving it more every d
Okay, you asked for it! I've attached a picture of what I'm going to be doing in 2006 to make my life better.  

I started this hobby when I turned 40 and I'm now into my eighth year, and loving it more every day!

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


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