The Day I Flew in My Car & Other Stories

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This is an easy to read collection of true anecdotes during the life of an octogenarian, still active in the business world. The tales are designed to warm the heart, and tickle the fancy of any reader. Readers will chuckle, smile, feel compassion, and maybe shed a tear or two. In entirety it is the story of a life from the 1920s to the present day. Along the way you will experience the joy of the family life of a not-so-typical entrepreneur, who was in 19 entrepreneurial situations.

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About the author (2009)

Paul is an octogenarian with a love of life and new experiences. He has had more than 50 jobs in his life, been an owner of 19 businesses, a computer systems designer, a consultant, a magazine publisher, a public speaker, and an author. In this, his fifth book, he paints a picture of his life and times through a series of vignettes. Some are sad, some are happy, some are poignant, and some are funny, but all are true. Despite his age, he still runs a business serving veterans, still scuba dives, and goes river rafting at every opportunity. He takes pride in being an active member of Toastmasters, and has achieved that organization's top award of Distinguished Toastmaster. He lives quietly in Hollywood, Florida with his wife of 60 years.

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