It’s time for another round-up of my favorite blogging boomers. Or is that Boomer Bloggers? Either way, you’re in for a treat so grab something cool to drink as you settle in for a summer boomer blogging round-up.

First up, Carol Cassara is cooking over at her blog today. Or, rather, she’s preparing a delicious summer salad that requires no cooking at all. She hopes you enjoy the recipe.

After over 40 years of wedlock, Laurie Stone realizes you can love someone and still drive each other crazy. You even learn no topic is too small, picky, or ridiculous to have skirmishes over. Here are three of the latest in her marriage and in her defense, she has to say… well, okay, she has no defense. But here they are anyway

Are you planning any summer parties or get-togethers and need a fun potluck dish? Rebecca Olkowski, with BabyBoomster.com loves to share her guacamole recipe with a twist. To make it zingy and tropical, she adds a little mango to it along with some savory spices. It takes regular guac to the next level.

Bad news, sad news, nasty news. Enough! Times call for a bit of nostalgia to take our minds off the negative stuff. Meryl Baer of Beach Boomer Bulletin offers some trivia nostalgia for folks who grew up during the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, in her post Still Rockin and Rollin…sort of.

Be vigilant about safety as you return to summer activities, advises Rita R. Robison, consumer, and personal finance journalist. Robison offers tips for safety at the pool and beach and when grilling.

Forty-Six+ years ago, Diane and her Husby-to-be were preparing for the most important wedding of all time. Theirs. But a problem arose—to do with dressing the groom. And just whom he should go to for advice. Let’s face it, he got it WRONG.

Tom at Sightings Over Sixty got back home from a family vacation this past week. While he was away he toured a famous house in Wisconsin. Knock on the door at One of a Kind to get a glimpse of the building — and the man who built it.

After raising prices five times in the past year, General Mills, a corporate giant that manufacturers and markets packaged foods, saw its fourth quarter profits jump 97 percent to $823 million. Rita R. Robison, consumer and personal finance journalist, reports on how General Mills and other corporate food giants, are gouging consumers during these difficult pandemic times.

Thanks for indulging me, I hope you found something that interested you.