Been There, Done That, Really by Paulette Camnetar Meeks, is a collection of personal stories by seniors, about seniors, for seniors, for those who care for seniors, for anyone who lives with seniors, for persons who know seniors, for any who don't know or understand seniors, and for those who will be blessed to become seniors in the future. Well, we hope we didn't leave you out, because this book is definitely for you if you are alive and plan on continuing to live blessed and inspired. Some of these stories will tickle your funny bone; some will cause you to cry. You will be in awe of the memories and appreciation of the life God has given each contributor. For those of you who still have a way to go to become seniors, Paulette promises that " in reading this book, you will have a refreshed glimpse into the souls of the older people in your life and will grow in grace to see them more for what you don't see than for what you do see." She prays that respect and love always go ahead of and follow you, and says, "As you increase in age, may you grow in grace, wisdom and gentleness so that one day you'll be part of the in-crowd that says with a smile, 'been there, done that, really '" Paulette, a seventy-three year old Christian widow and grandmother, served for many years as a Daughter of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, a missionary, an inter-Faith minister, a teacher and a volunteer to the elderly. She continues teaching children and visiting the elderly in nursing homes. She has authored two other books, The Best for Last: One Woman's Unusual Tale of Life and Love and Hear the Melody, Live the Harmony.