Old is not a four letter word. It's fun to look back at our youth but it's more fun to live in the present and enjoy our age. This books covers subjects important to many women and girls who enjoy laughing at themselves.
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I have not given up on cosmetics. Some old habits die harder than others. I retired the high heels, but I'll be applying blusher to my last breath.
I "put on my face" every morning religiously; that is I say a prayer that it will help.
Menopause brings a lot of changes to one's life. That is probably why they used to call it "the change of life."
For some of us it has the extremely poor timing of happening just when your kids are in the rotten teenager stage.
LeGree explores female experience
Susan "Sam" LeGree details a hodgepodge of feminine experiences in the book "Old Girl Talk" where things like menopause, becoming your mother, and pantyhose are subjects for prose. The 22-short chapter volume draws from LeGree's experiences and conversations among women who don't mind laughing at themselves. --Fort Pierce Tribune, Alex McAnarney
Hilarious and entertaining!
If you're looking for a book that makes you laugh from beginning to end, pick up Old Girl Talk. Ms. LeGree's sense of humor pervades throughout the pages of this small, but powerful book. I think most women can find themselves in the pages of this book and take comfort in knowing that we are not alone in our cares, joys, worries and insecurities. Instead of complaining about the aging process, she encourages women to accept themselves just as they are. We all have talents and abilities within us. I highly recommend this gem of a book. -- Nancy A. Draper, Author: "A Burden of Silence."
You'll wish you knew the author personally
Old Girl Talk is akin to having a pleasant chit-chat with a dear and trusted friend.
-- Mary A. Kaufman, Author/Poet
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