Know someone in their 60s who has grandkids? Maybe buy them this book along with the gift of laughter it will give – as a holiday present! Please remember to leave a good review if you enjoyed the read! Thank you!
I was taped on Oct 3rd and talked about my life and how I came to write: RAGING AGAINST AGING, kicking & screaming, laughing & crying, stretching & kvetching – available on Amazon and soon on Kindle. The show will air tomorrow. We laughed the entire hour and I hope you will, too. RAGE, AGE with HUMOR!!!
on a Local Public Access Radio show: Senior Moments 88.1 FM – WCWP.ORG hosted by Stu and Nina Held. Produced by Maria Steiglitz. The show will air in its entirety next Tues. Oct. 10th at 11 a.m. and later it will be archived on the website so NO EXCUSES!!!! It can be accessed from all over the world! The hosts played Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. What a coincidence, as a voice rises up on page one of my book, and lets me know that I am in the “autumn of my life!” I will try to post a clip from the interview on Facebook but I am not that technologically astute so no guarantees.
Source: I turned my blog into a book!
Kick, Scream, Laugh, Cry, Stretch & Kvetch WITH ME! Book will be available on Amazon and Kindle in 4-5 weeks!
I am blogging because I think I am thinking the thoughts that many of you must be thinking. We are a sophisticated bunch – us baby boomers. We are very much alive even though we are aging. Our bodies remind us that we are no longer twenty but we sure feel like we are twenty. Only we have life experience and with that, comes wisdom. I am blogging hoping that I am helping you reflect on where you are on the cycle of life. I am writing to declutter the clutter in my mind – the past, the present, and the future all jump around inside my brain.
What I never expected was that I would end up on a local tv station talking about my blogs about the clutter. Until now I did not even realize that the literal clutter that I was blogging about may actually be more about the clutter in my mind. And maybe the literal clutter is so confusing because it represents a past that may not coincide with the present and probably not with the future.
What I decided is: I will try to declutter first by selling my excess stuff but I will hold onto the stuff that may help me remember my life should my memory not serve me well. Whatever money I make from the sales, I will put into a slush fund and we will hopefully take an extra vacation here and there on it.
Whatever I don’t sell, I may put in a pile and invite my friends to bring some of their stuff and then we can order in and have a “stuff” swap. I will keep you posted. If it is a success, I will host an annual swap. If you are not my friend but like that idea, friend me on Facebook and ask me to invite you!
The rest of the stuff? I will donate if and when I move into NYC or get too old to stay put!