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THE BODY MAY GO, BUT THE LAUGHTER IS HERE TO STAY!<P>Yes, it's true. There's no fountain of youth — no pool of water that will grant us sharper memories or tighter skin. But even if there were such a place, we wouldn't be be able to get near it, says Martha Bolton. Parking would be horrendous. Plus, who really wants a world in which no one grows old?<P>Martha's attitude is that when you can't stop the crow's-feet from walking all over your face, it's time to laugh about it. And that's her goal in this humorous yet insightful book on life after forty. After all, aging has its benefits: <BR>-- MEMORY LOSS — think of all the new cars you get to drive home<BR>-- HOT FLASHES — keeps the heating bill down<BR>-- AGE SPOTS — someday they might connect and look like a tan<BR>-- EXERCISE — climbing stairs qualities as a complete aerobics workout<P>So don't let all those birthdays get you down. The longer you live, the more there is to laugh about!

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Bolton's attitude is that when you can't stop the crow's-feet from walking all over your face, it's time to laugh about it. And laughs are what she provides in this humorous yet insightful meditation on life after 40.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780764221842
Author:
Bolton, Martha
Publisher:
Bethany House Publishers
Location:
Minneapolis :
Subject:
General
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Aging
Subject:
Middle age
Copyright:
Series Volume:
HB97
Publication Date:
June 2000
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
8.50x5.72x.55 in. .50 lbs.

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