In this intimate and funny collection of essays on the sometimes
confusing, sometimes poignant, sometimes hilarious condition of being a
woman over sixty, Susan Moon keeps her sense of humor and she keeps her
reader fully engaged. Among the pieces she has included here are an
essay on the gratitude she feels for her weakening bones; observations
on finding herself both an orphan and a matriarch following the death of
her mother; musings on her tendency to regret the past; thoughts on how
not to be afraid of loneliness; appreciation for the inner tomboy; and
celebratory advice on how to regard "senior moments" as opportunities to
be in the here and now.
176 pages. Paperback.