Table of Contents

Part 1:  PUTTING A SMILE ON THE FACE OF LIFE
Terri Cooper Confessions of a Martian Émigré
Ed Meek When the Chips are Down
V.H.  Josenhans Revenge is a Dish Best Served Old
Arleen Weissman Poem: Please Hold
Diane Caldwell Do Not Go Gentle
Sara Nuss-Galles Fast, Cheap and Out of Control
Karen Miyashiro Spandex: Miracle or Madness
James Ciletti Poem: Don’t Rush Me
Mike Senzamici Tale of a Six Legged Man
David Barnhouse What Happened to Your Eye?
Vivian Browne Love in the Time of Dementia
Part 2:  DON’T OVERLOOK THE OBVIOUS
Judith Geller It’s Never Too Late for Adventure
Jack Malken You Just Don’t Listen
Milton Teichman Wising Up
Peter Mellen Ultimate Happiness
Michael Levy Poem: His Milestone
C.A. Fiore No Man is an Island 
Jewell R. Coburn Everyday Alchemy
Andrew Merton Poem: Turkey
Joe Novara Dying in the Pulpit
Judy Warner Scher A Moving Experience
Part 3:  WHEN LIFE HANDS YOU A ZINGER
Nancy Katz Blindsided
Diana Amadeo Blessed
R. R. Hart Into the Unknown
Rosie Loew Pink Slip
Janet Hines The Last Sail
Barbara Lydecker Crane Poem: Just Following Orders
Doris Thome A Different Farewell
J. R. Reinhart The Yellow Bathtub
Donald   Shephard Never Surrender
Annie Jacobs Poem: Rant
Part 4:  THE GIFT OF ENDLESS BENEFITS
Maril Crabtree A Shiny Stick of Love
Elayne Clift A Circle of Crones
Cherise Wyneken Bent, Not Broken
Jean Gardner Urged to Action
Paul Morrissey Let Someone Hold You
Linda Mellen Poem: I Am
Linda Berkery Touchstones of Faith
Doris Thome A Promise to Keep
Jeannette Caruth Poem: Life
Part 5:  MY BODY; MY MIND; MY SPIRIT; MYSELF
R. J. Burnhart A Kind of Magic
Leslie A. Westbrook Getting Back in the Saddle
Susan Chan Egan A Well Nigh Unattainable Ideal
Ronald Pies, M.D. Let the Small Clocks Run Wild
Maureen Flannery Poem: Aspect of Aging
Jim Van Buskirk Enough Space to See Myself
Vidya Vonne One Treasure I Know
Doris Thome Final Adventure
Julian Langley Crash to Crash: A Longer View
Ken Cohen Poem: Let the Clock Run Wild
 
Appendix  
About the Editors  
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