Pushing Sixty Behind Me

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 16, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 118 pages
Lois Perry sees humor in almost everything she does and in almost everyone she meets.

"If there was one thing I did not feel like doing, it was standing nude in front of my son's girlfriend."

"Myoko!" Our host, Ishibishi-san, drew his chest height to emphasize to his wife and to all his guests the importance of what he was about to say. "Perhaps Lois-san must use the toilet."

Pushing Sixty Behind Me contains hilarious descriptions of first encounters with a health club, a fitness farm, skiing, massage, a water park, and a Japanese toilet. It also includes Lois's off-beat descriptions of the medical community, recycling, uncertain recipes, and sex.

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About the author (2007)

Lois Perry has been pushing sixty behind her for a few years now. She finds it to be great exercise.

With her steadfast and forbearing husband Ron, she divides her time between the sand dunes of Lake Michigan and the mountain majesty of Colorado. Her roots lie in her family and friends, some of whom she's still looking forward to meeting.

Lois wants her tombstone to read: She Lived for the Fun of It

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