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· Magdalene Chronicles in KINDLE

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· Aunt Sugar's Guide to the Tea Party Movement for the Conservatively Challen

· FAR MEMORY: On the Trail of the Grail; Book 2 of The Magdalene Chronicles

· The Followers of the Magdalene Book One of The Magdalene Chronicles series

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· OPCA; a Death Sentence

· Longing Beach

· Christmas Crime

· Roberta and the Magic Wheelchair

· Ms Mousey the Guard Cat

· Job is alive and still being tested Part One

· The Most Amazing Woman I Have Ever Known

· Opening a Writer's Retreat

· 2012 into the future

· Gambling on Ornaments

· I Love Beach Music

· Cats are Smarter than you Know.

· Confessions of a Porphyria Patient

· The Right to Death With Dignity

· Can I Do-It-Myself?

· Ulcerative Colitis; the hidden disease

· Who Do I Tell??

· Ode to a Nose in Spring

· Being Neighborly

· an ode to a silly woman

· Time

· A gift from God

· looking back

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· Now in Kindle versions; Magdalene series

· Writer's retreat apartment for rent

· Newest Book on the Tea Party Movement

· Atlantis Rising Magazine and The Magdalene Chronicles

· Available Oct 1

· Published: On the Trail of the Grail #2 The Magdalene Chronicles

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a new look at aging

Age is something that comes to us all.

For some it's the Winter of life; for some it's the Fall.

For some it's the Summer or even the Spring.

For some it's the beginning of every great thing.

Age releases us from worries about wasting our life.

Age gives us the freedom to enjoy without strife

the things in life that are free to us all.

Without worry about stumbling or even a fall

that would embarrass us later in life if it's found

by some enteprising and nosey information hound.

Age is mandatory; or so they say

Growing up is optional; for each our own way.

So live life to the fullest and one day you'll see

Age makes little difference to you and me.


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Reviewed by Frances Seymour
I love it! Age does have a way of allowing us to accept ourselves for who we are and enjoy being all that and more! Blessings...Frances
Reviewed by John Domino
Nice poem with a good message.

John Michael
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Yes, age makes a difference in how we view life and things we have. I am 63 will be 64 in Oct. Many things I find I dont want or need that I used to think I absolutely had to have. Don't need a newer car, but would like a yellow one. Can downsize my life accordingly and go on living with less. Age is coming faster and faster each year and the years go by much too fast.
Reviewed by Leann Marshall
This is so true. This year I will be 55. While the freshness of youth fades, the beauty of truth deepens, becoming more defined in our days, in our eyes. Thank you for such a lovely perception.
How totally unasuming yet so poetic, slowly like a flower opening to the sun. Jasmin Horst
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