About Life & Beth

Too old to be a hipster and too young at heart to be a geezer.

I’m Beth Gramling Sanders, an empty nester, married since 1986, and mom of two wonderful grown women.

Way geekier than most women my age, along with my oldest daughter, Elizabeth, I stood in line for 12 hours in 2007 for the very first iPhone.

I’m a life-long St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan, The New York Times crossword puzzle nerd, garden enthusiast, wordsmith, and all-around technology freak and early adopter.

For 14 years I was a stay-at-home mom as my husband, Jim, and I raised our two daughters. I enjoy my girls as adults more than I ever dreamed and love being free from enforcing curfew, nagging about homework, and throwing down a four-course dinner every night.

This blog is where I express my personal thoughts on life, family, faith, things I enjoy, and the expression of experiences and wisdom gained through 60+ years of life.

My professional self is on my website, aptly named BethGSanders.com.

I’m Beth Gramling Sanders, an empty nester, married since 1986, and mom of two wonderful grown women.

Way geekier than most women my age, along with my oldest daughter, Elizabeth, I stood in line for 12 hours in 2007 for the very first iPhone.

I’m a life-long St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan, The New York Times crossword puzzle nerd, garden enthusiast, wordsmith, and all-around technology freak and early adopter.

For 14 years I was a stay-at-home mom as my husband, Jim, and I raised our two daughters. I enjoy my girls as adults more than I ever dreamed and love being free from enforcing curfew, nagging about homework, and throwing down a four-course dinner every night.

This blog is where I express my personal thoughts on life, family, faith, things I enjoy, and the expression of experiences and wisdom gained through 60+ years of life.

My professional self is on my website, aptly named BethGSanders.com.