eBook Going Like Sixty: A Lighthearted Look at the Later Years download
by Richard Armour
Author: Richard Armour
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (June 1, 1976)
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Armour, Richard Willard, 1906- Going like sixty.
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Richard Armour (1976). Going Like Sixty: A Lighthearted Look at the Later Years. Books are many things: lullabies for the weary, ointment for the wounded, armour for the fearful and nests for those in need of a home. In larger things we are convivial; what causes trouble is the trivial. Causes, Corny, Trouble. are tired of being out-negotiated on every front.
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Armour polishes up a few satisfactions of the Golden Years - if only the gold went with it. In the last of life (""for which the money's made"") the retiree can experience life as ""one big coffee break,"" if, that is, wheels are still turning in the bean.
Armour polishes up a few satisfactions of the Golden Years - if only the gold went with it. There are ruminations about money, where to live, health matters, travels (for the elderly museum-goer the location of the WC is as important as the Mona Lisa), sex (oh, the goings-on in those retirement homes), minor thanksgivings ("". The Year Santa Went Modern. Humorous look at aging. Anyone for Insomnia? A Playful Look at Sleeplessness by a blear-eyed insomniac. Retirement, Tired, Teacher.
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