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|Posted on March 22, 2016 at 6:56 PM||comments (0)|
Everyone loves a good laugh. If you're in this category try reading Getting Old Ain’t for Wimps, by Karen O'Connor. It’s chockful of inspirations and stories to warm your heart and tickle your funny bone.
In the chapter entitled: They Say the Darndest Things, you’ll find the following short story. Mary Beth observed her sister-in-law showing pictures of herself when she was young to her granddaughter Audrey. The two enjoyed leafing though the album that displayed Grandma from birth to adulthood. As they closed the album, Audrey’s Grandma looked at her to see what comment, if any she had about seeing her as a child and a teen. It’s hard for little kids to imagine that adults were ever children themselves. Audrey looked up, then turned to her Grandmother with a quizzical expression. “Grandma, whatever happened to your face?” You’ve changed!
Each story is followed by a heartfelt reflection and more.Pick up a copy at your local library or book store. It's a Hoot!