4.15.16 RadioWrapUp: Kelly Hayes-Raitt

kellyphoto-300x198Kelly Hayes-Raitt and I chatted about her midlife reinvention from political consultant into her most interesting “bohemian” lifestyle.
Kelly is an activist and author who is passionate about protecting women’s rights, the environment and consumers’ rights. She is currently writing a book about her experiences in the Middle East with Iraqi and Palestinian refugees called “Living Large In Limbo:  How I Found Myself Among the World’s Forgotten.”  You can read more at her website: LivingLargeinLimbo and here’s Kelly talking about Iraq on YouTube
If you’re looking for a group and aren’t already familiar with the most popular conglomeration of groups, go here to find one – or start your own: MeetUp
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I hope you and your girlfriends will join me, Pat Ciarrocchi, Theresa Hummel Krallinger and some fascinating girlfriends at the The Girlfriend Gala on May 25, 5:30-8:30, Penn Oaks Golf Club. You can still get the early bird discount…so do it now! The Girlfriend Gala

Today’s quote was from Goldie Hawn, who said,

“You have to truly grasp that everybody ages. Everybody dies.
There is no turning back the clock.
So the question in life becomes:
What are you going to do while you’re here?”

What ARE you going to do???

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