Irony and wit, adversity and hope, the joy of spiritual maturation coupled with an uncompromising battle against physical aging, make this book, by a Golden Pen Poet's Award winner, a treat for anyone who has grown up in the twentieth century. You will see yourself and your friends in this book, and your happy and sad recollections of childhood, parenthood and the sometimes delight of being a grandparent. You'll find some of the happiness and some of the pain you experienced growing up. You'll find some of the questions you asked, and if you look hard enough, you may even find some of the answers.
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