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Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death Paperback – Large Print, March 22, 1997
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Laughing at oneself frees you to move on and Mrs. Johnson demostrates in her book this with aplomb.
I would recommend this book to even young women so that they will not dread the aging process as much but be able to accept the conditions as they come as a part of life.
None of the stuff women must live through during midlife crisis would be relevant to men, unless they are married to such creatures; they too have their own type of menopause. Chapter 7 is all about the causes of men, as she makes fun of the male personality. One I liked: "Youth looks ahead, Old age looks back, Middle age looks tired."
While the younger years may be the most fun, many grandmothers enjoy a more meaningful relationship with their adolescent grandchildren during the teenage years. These are times the rebels in the family show their true selves. They tend to turn for solace to loving grandparents during these turbulent times. Teens trust those who have given them unconditional love during their growing-up years and who are nonjudgemental.
Memory is a mental bank account for elders. In it, we deposit the treasures of our lives so that, in time of need, we can withdraw hope and courage. Remembering good memories can make us feel like mental millionaires. One of my heroes, General Douglas MacArthur once said, "Whatever your years, there is in every being's heart the love of wonder, the undaunted challenges of events, the unfailing childlike appetite for what comes next, and the joy of the game. You are as young as your hope, as old as your despair.Read more ›
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Barbara's life is an inspiration, and a strong Christian to look up too.Published 21 months ago by Joanne Presley
Barbara Johnson has a unique ability to make you laugh and see yourself in you own predicaments. You are urged to accept life on God's terms.Published on September 19, 2013 by Jack Barnes
Barbara Johnson was certainly a gifted godly woman gifted with the ability to share life in such a way that brings hope, love and LOTS of laughterPublished on November 28, 2012 by Lisette Ratcliffe