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reviewed 'Trouble With The Curve' Starring Cli.... September 24, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
'Trouble With The Curve' Starring Clint Eastwood
Star Rating:         While harmless and well intentioned, Trouble with the Curve tells a story that isn’t worthy of the talent involved – star/producer Clint …
reviewed 'Trouble With The Curve' Starring Cli.... September 21, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
'Trouble With The Curve' Starring Clint Eastwood
By Joan Alperin Schwartz   'Trouble With The Curve' is...a)corny...b)nothing you haven't seen before and c) totally entertaining.      Clint Eastwood …
posted a Quick Tip about Turnabout a novel by Margaret Peterso.... November 06, 2010
Haddix's Turnabout
Love the switching narrative of this book. Really unique.
reviewed Raquel: Beyond the Cleavage. September 17, 2010
Raquel Welch's 'Beyond the Cleavage'
   I love Raquel Welch. She's talented, she's full of life, she owns any screen or role she takes on and let's face it, she's drop dead gorgeous and a bombshell. This book, however, …
reviewed My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatches from.... September 16, 2010
My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatches from Just the
Bridging generation gaps the best we can... Formerly Hot is a funny, revealing look at what happens once we settle down and become adults. .... shifting priorities, trying to dress one's age, what gravity …
reviewed You're No Spring Chicken. July 18, 2010
You're No Spring Chicken
As someone that is at a point where he can see his old age through a telescope that does not have to be all that powerful, the problems of aging are now my daily reality rather than a perception of the …
reviewed Forty: The Year of Napping Dangerously. June 09, 2010
Forty: The Year of Napping Dangerously
Jokes with reference to age are by nature overstated and those in this collection are no exception. If these jokes were believed then all people forty and over are bald, incontinent, flabby, wrinkled, …
reviewed How Not to Become a Crotchety Old Man. May 16, 2010
How Not to Become a Crotchety Old Man
I found this collection of jokes about the moods and behaviors of old men to be only slightly amusing at times. Nearly all are based on the grumpy, chauvinistic, extremely opinionated and critical of …
reviewed How to Succeed at Aging Without Reall.... April 27, 2010
How to Succeed at Aging Without Really Dying
Lyla Blake Ward seems like a very nice lady. And, since she and I are both members of the Social Security Club, it would have been nice to show some solidarity.  Alas!  These essays …
reviewed Seeing Things: A Novel. August 09, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
Seeing Things: A Novel by Patti Hill - Shelfari
Seeing Things by Patti Hill is a tasty treat for a summer's afternoon. Birdie Wainwrights prides herself on her independence and zest for life, even at the age of 72 and suffering from macular degeneration. …
reviewed Turnabout a novel by Margaret Peterso.... April 29, 2009
Haddix's Turnabout
Margaret Peterson Haddix never fails to deliver, it seems. This book is a perfect example of a compelling tale that has universal appeal written in Haddix's own style that draws you in until you realize …
reviewed In Full Bloom: A Brain Education Guid.... January 11, 2009
'IN FULL BLOOM: A BRAIN EDUCATION GUIDE FOR SUCCESSFUL AGING', by Ilchi Lee
I reckon most of us have readily accepted brain vitality from the standpoint of "use it or lose it".    The joint authors of 'In Full Bloom: A Brain Education Guide for Successful …
Chasing Life: New Discoveries in the Search for
From: www.BasilAndSpice.com  Author & Book Views On A Healthy Life!    My grandmother, known as "Gram" in our family, has always eaten the plain simple food of Northern Michigan, …
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