My book is light enough to read on a plane or at the beach but hits on every concern you have about aging – with humor and self reflection, you don’t have to age alone. AGE WITH ME!
MY GRANDDAUGHTER DOES NOT REFER TO ME AS “GRANDMA”
My not quite-three-year-old granddaughter wanted her mother, my daughter, to read her a book, but my daughter was busy with my grandson. “Ask Grandma to read to you,” suggested my daughter. My granddaughter put her hands on her hip, opened her mouth and in a very Queens accent, said: “I don’t want FAKE mommy. I want my REAL momma!”
YOU CAN LOOK INSIDE! Read the TABLE OF CONTENTS and preview the beginning of chapter 1. See for yourself! Give the gift of laughter and buy as holiday gifts!
MY BOOK WIL BE AVAILABLE ON KINDLE next MONDAY OCTOBER 16.
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!
PLEASE TUNE IN TOMORROW OCTOBER 10 AT 11 a.m. SENIOR MOMENTS 88.1 FM WCWP. org
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!!!
AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON.COM OR AMAZON PRIME!!!!!!!
http://www.amazon.com Search for Raging Against Aging.
Do NOT age alone!
Kick, Scream, Laugh, Cry, Stretch & Kvetch WITH ME! Book will be available on Amazon and Kindle in 4-5 weeks!
In my late fifties I was still multi tasking at work and at home. My kitchen is literally in the middle of my house. The laundry is right on the other side.
I used to cook, roast, run the dishwasher, wash a load, dry a load, turn on the coffee pot, boil water in the electric tea kettle – all – simultaneously. I was the master of doing it all and all at once.
But one day “it” happened. I had put a load of laundry in the washer and decided I wanted a cup of herbal tea. I heard the noise of water and I poured myself a cup of tea. But the tea in the teabag was still intact and the water was cold. My first thought was that the kettle had broken. I turned it over to see where it was made. Then I heard the noise again. I could not identify it at first but as I turned around, I saw it was my washing machine. I had never even plugged the tea kettle in. Clearly, I can only do ONE machine at a time now.
WAS THIS A SENIOR MOMENT? WHAT DO YOU THINK HAPPENED?