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Growing Your Own Turtleneck and Other Benefits of Aging

Martha Bolton
Growing Your Own Turtleneck and Other Benefits of Aging
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Growing Your Own Turtleneck and Other Benefits of Aging

Martha Bolton

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Laughter Is the Best Medicine for Middle Age. What else can you do but laugh when you look in the mirror and discover that right there, under your chin, you've grown your own turtleneck? What can you say when you have driven miles in the fast lane, only to find your left turn signal has been blinking the entire time? If you can relate, Martha Bolton has some new prescription medications that you'll find useful, including:

* Fanthropan: Open box, discard medication, then wave the "Possible Side Effects" insert in front of face until hot flash subsides.
* Lazichor: Take one dose for temporary coma-like state to avoid wife's honey-do list.
* Memorazine: Take one every morning to remember what other pills you're supposed to take.

Laugh out loud with Martha as she points out the often overlooked hilarities of life. Remember that the older you get, the more you realize that your time is too valuable to waste, so live your life "on purpose" - but have some fun doing it!
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Laughter Is the Best Medicine for Middle Age. What else can you do but laugh when you look in the mirror and discover that right there, under your chin, you've grown your own turtleneck? What can you say when you have driven miles in the fast lane, only to find your left turn signal has been blinking the entire time? If you can relate, Martha Bolton has some new prescription medications that you'll find useful, including:

* Fanthropan: Open box, discard medication, then wave the "Possible Side Effects" insert in front of face until hot flash subsides.
* Lazichor: Take one dose for temporary coma-like state to avoid wife's honey-do list.
* Memorazine: Take one every morning to remember what other pills you're supposed to take.

Laugh out loud with Martha as she points out the often overlooked hilarities of life. Remember that the older you get, the more you realize that your time is too valuable to waste, so live your life "on purpose" - but have some fun doing it!
- Publisher.
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Whether Martha Bolton is contemplating whether or not there will be carbs in heaven or why she??'s growing her own turtle neck, she???ll leave readers laughing out loud as they recognize the truth in her hilarious take on aging. Her fans crave each chapter just as they crave one more piece of chocolate. This veteran comedy writer adds occasional touching and poignant stories that remind readers what life is all about.
- Publisher

Martha Bolton is a full-time comedy writer and the author of more than fifty books, including Didn't My Skin Used to Fit? She was a staff writer for Bob Hope for fifteen years and has also written for Phyllis Diller, Wayne Newton's USO show, Mark Lowry, and numerous other entertainers. She co-wrote the song "God Help the USA" with Bill Gaither and is well known for her song parodies. She has received four Angel Awards and an Emmy nomination. She and her husband live in Tennessee.
- Publisher

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Martha Bolton

Martha Bolton is a full-time comedy writer and the author of more than 50 books, including Didnt My Skin Used to Fit? and most recently Your Best Nap Now: Seven Steps to Nodding Off at Your Full Potential. She was a staff writer for Bob Hope for 15 years and has written for Phyllis Diller, Wayne Newton's USO show, Ann Jillian, Jeff Allen, and many other entertainers. Her writing has appeared in Readers Digest, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and Brio magazine. She has received four Angel Awards and an Emmy nomination. Visit www.marthabolton.com

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  • Catalogue Code 226629
  • Product Code 0764200038
  • EAN 9780764200038
  • Pages 192
  • Department General Books
  • Category Humour/quizzes/puzzles
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers
  • Publication Date Aug 2005
  • Dimensions 212 x 152 x 13 mm
  • Weight 0.256kg

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