Grow Old Along with Me--the Best is Yet to be
Papier-Mache Press, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 186 pages
Falling in love again after being widowed, redefining roles with children, men facing retirement, women discovering new opportunities for growth - both men and women explore the daily nuances of growing older in this captivating new anthology from Sandra Martz. These stories and poems speak straight to the hearts of the vast baby boomer generation, reflecting their personal experiences as they turn fifty, and exploring the future terrain of old age.
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