Razor Here: Rantings of a Silly Old Man

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Humor - 176 pages
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At one time, Razor was a strapping, athletic, and active young man. Now, many years later, he has finally come to the realization that getting older really pisses him off. Now pear-shaped, slow, and forgetful, Razor is convinced he is not a pretty sight. Worse yet, Squatty Body his lovely, strong-willed wife is a real pain in his butt. In his first collection of humorous anecdotes and satirical commentary, based on real-life situations and current issues, retired teacher and avid storyteller R. D. Donaldson shares a delightful compilation of musings both hilarious and contemplative that highlight the adventures of Razor and Squatty Body two characters loosely based on Donaldson and his own wife. Razor was born on the golf course and will do anything to win his opponents' quarters including verbally slashing the enemy. Squatty Body is a deficient chef who has burned boiling water, screwed up buttered toast, and killed the neighbor's dog with her less-than-desirable cooking. Is the whole world going crazy? After all is said and done, Razor may just prove to everyone that he is the only sane one left standing in the midst of a bunch of nuts.

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R. D. Donaldsonwas born and raised in Yakima, Washington, where he still lives today. A retired teacher and an avid golfer, he became a passionate storyteller many years ago after being bedridden due to illness. He is married with two grown children, three adult stepchildren, and eight grandchildren.

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