I GOT A RAVE REVIEW!!!! p.s. My BOOK is available RIGHT NOW on Kindle.

A funny, honest , straight forward look into the glory of aging. Jackie presents us with a mirror into our own lives as we laugh and sometimes even choke up as we travel along on her shoulder as she traverses the terrains of loving, caring, maintaining , organizing the comfortable, scary moments to moments of getting older with pizzaz. A book , once you pick up, you read through to the end where everyone is stitched back together to create her loving family.
THANK YOU!!! I hope all my readers will feel the same way!  You can go to http://www.Amazon.com or to Kindle – MY BOOK IS AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AS OF RIGHT NOW!!!!!  Rage, Age, kick & scream, laugh & cry, stretch & kvetch WITH me!!!!

Since Friday, 26 people have purchased my book…I hope whoever you are, you enjoy the read…IF you have laughed and

cried with me, screamed and kicked with me, stretched and kvetched with me, please leave a review on Amazon.  Kindle version will be available some time next week.  They are just formatting it now.  IF you enjoyed my book, please consider purchasing it as a holiday gift.  What is a better gift than laughter?




So, I had surgery and I went for my second follow up and  my surgeon removed all the stitches.  YAY!  My surgeon came in and said: “Hi, How’s your book coming along?” She explained that I talked about it under anesthesia. I can only imagine. But whatever I said must have persuaded her to buy my book, because once she found out that it was available, she told me she supports the arts!

I AM ON THE PODCAST -guest of Rabbi Address. INTERVIEW about my book

If you go to http://www.jewishsacredaging.org you will see that I am the featured guest of Rabbi Address.  He interviews me for 26 minutes about my new book:  RAGING AGAINST AGING kicking & screaming, laughing & crying, stretching & kvetching.  Available NOW on http://www.Amazon.com and Kindle.


http://www.amazon.com  Search for Raging Against Aging.

Another box from Amazon Prime

When there are no Amazon delivery boxes lining the floors and after the recyclables are thrown out, my living room is perfect.  The positive space offsets the negative space and the negative space defines the positive space. Nothing is extraneous and everything feels balanced. This is my definition of feng shui.

I love to sit on my couch and let my mind wander. I have put so much of my soul into this space. It is quirky and peaceful;  happy and serene.

The door bell rings.  I open my front door to find yet one more box from Amazon prime that the mailman has left on my deck.  I cannot remember what I have purchased.  So many boxes come that I cannot believe that Amazon is losing money.  I think that amazon.com should offer me stock instead of rewards points.

My husband may have an overactive bladder but I seem to be suffering from an overactive mind.  My thoughts flit from present to past and they ramble around trying to make sense of my being. 

I lug the box inside.  It is unusually big and I cannot fathom what I ordered.  It can’t be books.  It can’t be pajamas.  It can’t be my mascara which I ordered as a subscription, which means a new mascara will automatically be shipped to me every three months so I don’t have to think about when to replace it.  This is a brilliant idea as far as I am concerned.  So what on earth can be in this box?