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About CoziNest

So, your youngest child has moved out and although you are busy with work, hobbies and planning for retirement, you find yourself sad and missing the call of  “Mom!” That was my story, too, until the day a friend set me straight.

My son moved to NYC 7 years ago and last year he moved again; to Los Angeles. I live in Alabama. Then, we moved our daughter (and youngest) to begin her new life in Orlando, FL. I convinced myself for about 10 days that I would never see my grandchildren and that all of my nest building for the last 30 years was in vain. Then my friend said this to me:

“Wow! You obviously did something right to have such independent children!”

What wisdom! It was the perfect thing to say. It seemed worth sharing. It dawned on me that there are lots of women out there just like this friend of mine. Beautiful. Wise. Intelligent. and Over 50. CoziNest is dedicated to women celebrating their own empty nest.

About CoziNest

I am a writer, blogger, decorator and antique dealer. The mission of CoziNest is to share the possibilities available to women who are starting new ventures from an empty nest. At the age of 56, I opened my first antique booth in Daphne, AL.  It has quickly become a profitable, delightful business that I love.

Setting up an antique booth

Setting up the booth.

gathering treasures

First treasures.

July CoziNest Booth Photo

Welcome to CoziNest where creativity, wisdom and laugh lines are cherished!

Thing 1 and Thing 2

Our two independent children.

aaron and caroline

Our nest increased by one on April 29, 2017. My daughter-in-love, Caroline.

 

My motto...

The mission statement of CoziNest.

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P.S. I’m always looking for new features. Send me an email if you have a story/recipe/photo/fashion tip that would tell the tale of a beautiful woman over 50.

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