There is no template for how to grow old in the early part of the 21st Century. More than 44 million Americans are doing it anyway. While it's true that others have reached old age in past generations, the world has changed and old skills, adequate for back then, now fall short. In today's world, mobility requires navigating airport security, technology requires remembering passwords, and daily life requires having both patience and imagination.
The forty-nine stories within this book about navigating life as an elder are told through the voice of a woman who identifies herself only as Unmistakably Old. She notices and comments on everyday events that confront us all, ranging from change in clothing styles to changes in child rearing techniques. Little is safe from her observations.
This book is one woman's script for living as a senior in today's world. Her philosophy? 'Aging is an engine in motion. A drop of humor is the oil that keeps it going."UNMISTAKABLY OLD And doing pretty well, considering.... - eBook
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Ann G. Thomas Ed.D.
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