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Popular humor writer Martha Bolton takes a fresh look at middle age with funny, bone-tickling observations on growing older. The author's signature spin on everyday situations is sure to make you laugh as she lets you in on her 7 steps to nodding off at your full potential. Audiobook download.
|Format: Audio Download|
Vendor: eChristian Inc.
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
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DebbieC2 Stars Out Of 5Great background, not attention holdingJuly 10, 2014DebbieCI bought this thinking that I would enjoy a morning at work laughing while doing data entry. Perhaps it was my mood, or that work was a little busier than expected - but it seemed snarky to me. Swinging back and forth between putting down anything that doesn't qualify as having taken place during 'the good old days' and making fun of the 'shortcomings' of ageing. Basically, 3 hours of sarcastically complaining. Perhaps I should have saved the $12 and called my Dad instead.
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