Julie, Liz and Sheila connect on today’s Satellite Sisters, which we dedicate to loyal, longtime Satellite Mister William J. Dahn. Bill was a lovely, generous member of our community who will be missed.
Sheila fills us in on her latest creative project – there’s more poetry and coffee in her future. Plus, she has a nomination for a host to replace both Joy Behar and Elizabeth Hasselbeck. You may know her. Lian Dolan? Yes! You can make it happen, people.
Julie’s got the latest on Lian’s new book Elizabeth The First Wife, plus news about her son’s book. She needs a little help decoding that one. And she’s got a bone to pick with the new TSA regulations.
Liz is feeling a groundswell of support for potential Pope Dolan. Yes, they actually called his mass in Rome today a “star turn”. No, we are not related but we think it would be hilarious. Have you registered yet with popealarm.com? You are going to want to do that for all your breaking pope news needs.
And where do you intend to spend your golden years? Liz found a front page story in the New York Times today on this subject a little alarming. Great deals in South Florida retirement villages are attracting boomers who never would have expected they’d end up there. It was just the motivation she needed to start madly working on less buggy alternatives.