Growing Your Own Turtleneck...and Other Benefits of Aging (Google eBook)

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Bethany House, Aug 1, 2005 - Humor - 192 pages
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Whether Martha Bolton is contemplating whether or not there will be carbs in heaven or why she's growing her own turtle neck, she'll leave readers laughing out loud as they recognize the truth in her hilarious take on aging. Her fans crave each chapter just as they crave one more piece of chocolate. This veteran comedy writer adds occasional touching and poignant stories that remind readers what life is all about.
  

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Sometimes you need a book that uplifts you. When you need that proverbial smack in the back of the head to wake you up from self pity, read this book. Read full review

Contents

Midnight at the Oasis
21
Last Breaths and Country Music
33
WeBBussin
39
Death by Fashion
45
Is There a Doctor in the House?
53
Patients
59
The Older We Get
103
The Grandmother of Invention
105
Its All Downhill From Here
137
That Settles It
143
Relaxation Island
145
Tuesdays With Metamucil
151
Thanks But No Thanks
155
Retirement Community
159
Road Signs for the MiddleAger and Beyond
163
Welcome Mat
165

Dreaming Your Life Away
109
Mind Games
115
Alma Maters Matter
119
Of All Places
125
Social Security
129
Whats in Your Pocket?
131
Tattoo to You Too
133
Not Looking Back
169
Vote for Who?
173
On Purpose
177
How to Have a Happy Birthday
181
Without You
185
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About the author (2005)

Martha Bolton is a full-time comedy writer and the author of more than fifty books, including Didn't My Skin Used to Fit? She was a staff writer for Bob Hope for fifteen years and has also written for Phyllis Diller, Wayne Newton's USO show, Mark Lowry, and numerous other entertainers. She co-wrote the song "God Help the USA" with Bill Gaither and is well known for her song parodies. She has received four Angel Awards and an Emmy nomination. She and her husband live in Tennessee.

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