On the Closing Bell set with Sara Eisen, David Faber and Mike Santoli Discussing the Longest Bull Market in History



Closing Bell–Stocks Continue to Grind Higher


Bloodied not Bowed

Today I finished Chapter One of my new book.  It was filled with bravado about how I am going to LIVE and not wallow. I even quoted Invictus: bloodied not bowed. Then the battery on my car died on my way to hike,Summary: this young man–an angel–got me a new one, installed it and didn’t charge me. I blubbered for during the drive to my hike–this time not in self pity but gratitude for the kindness of a stranger. I hiked 10 miles to Marlette Lake and back in less than three hours!! One glorious sight after another.  I am going to be ready for the Rim to Rim in October.  #survivingeventhrivingsolo


#(Somewhat)$uccessfully$ingle Not only did my daughter and I unwrap, install and admire but we are going to load the kayak on the rack and drive to Tahoe. And we did so with pink tools. In a pink case. Entirely pink! And they worked!


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