69th Birthday Journal - 69 Years Loved Elegant turning 69 years old gift that is sure to put a smile on their face. For more 69th birthday gifts consider searching for "Victoria Reinert 69" ( other numbers also available ). Features Size - 6" x 9" ( 15cm x 23cm ) 100 Pages / 50 Sheets College Ruled / Lined Paper Matte Laminated Cover Designer Cover
110 white pages College-ruled notebook (medium ruled) matte cover Are you looking for a 69th birthday gift under $10? This Notebook For 69 Year Old is a great birthday present for women, men and kids. A perfect gift for any 69 year old to use as a birthday guestbook, diary or journal to record the year ahead! Great for journaling and doodling or as a birthday party planner. Keep track of your thoughts, wishes, prayers, ideas, sketches and make them last forever.
Lined 6x9 journal with 100 blank pages. This is the perfect and inexpensive minimalist Typographic birthday gift to sketch, put stickers, write memories, or take notes in Get yourself this amazing journal gift now
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This book is intended for women who have had personal issues including incest, rape, or questions thereof. Part II is the rest of the story. This is a chronological true listing of their personal experiences and has a good bit of humor.
Widow-Widower's Helper (There Is Hope!) The shock of having no access to the comfort and strength of your mate is a huge hurt. Yet-He promised. Here you'll find ideas, suggestions, insights, help, encouragement and hope as you pass through this time. Dr. Myrna Etheridge is truly sorry for your loss. Her loss was a couple of years ago and her experiences will undergird and give insights that guide your decisions.
Even with baby boomers retiring and greater media and research attention being lavished on older people, most gerontologists have studiously avoided examining romance among the elderly. Love Stories of Later Life is an appealing and eye-opening remedy to this neglect, as leading gerontologist Amanda Smith Barusch presents original research into what love and romance mean in seniors' lives. The result is a glimpse into a world many people didn't know existed - that of romantic love in later life. Unlike superficial guidebooks that purport to help seniors find a new mate, Love Stories of Later Life integrates theory and the latest research on love and the aging process. Drawing on a wealth of personal narratives collected during a landmark five-year study, the book presents the lived experiences of older adults from all walks of life. It addresses the impact of common age-related changes, both emotional and physical, on romantic relationships, and argues that love continues to sculpt our personalities and our lives, even in life's later decades. Each chapter includes practical tools for the serious student of love, including exercises designed to increase self-awareness and relationship-building as well as annotated lists of suggested reading that are at once comprehensive and accessible. Barusch's fresh perspective, engaging voice, and in-depth qualitative research make Love Stories of Later Life an important contribution to the study of individual lives and the aging process. This book will guide gerontologists, social workers, and counselors as they in turn help their older clients navigate love's challenges. Visit the author's website: Amanda Barusch
Short stories from women who pioneered Canada's north from 1937 to the present, who wove the social fabric that helped them in the challenges and to celebrate the joys. There were bears or wolves threatening the family or food supplies, awe of the magic aurora borealis, the land, and best of all warm loving friendships that will be in their hearts forever.
Journalist, writer and photographer, Cris Berger spent a little seasons in New York, at the end of 2011, and thought it was about time to write a book telling stories about her trip: intimate, feminine, honest and engaging. She selected 69 moments between experiences and days and created her sixth book: 69 Experiences in New York. The biggest new is that it is available in digital format, perfect to be read on tablets and smartphones.
Love- the most ecstatic feeling ever... the feeling that has touched everyone in one way or other for at least once in their lives. Love has its own variations... long distance relationship love, one sided love, eternal love and many more... this book, "Strings Of Love" is an attempt to compile as many flavors of love as we can... get drenched in love... get mesmerized in love... and you never know, some story or some character might actually narrate your story too! Here we present to you 20 soul soothing love stories. Relive your days of love...
According to the Blind Prophet, the end of the Invisible War is drawing near. The demon Myrdebaal, assigned by Satan to search the Scriptures for clues as to how the war between the Dark Lord and the Creator will end, has found evidence that the Creator's plan hinges on the appearance of a Messiah during the 'seventieth week' prophecy. In the Old Testament book of Daniel, apparently each 'week' is actually a block of seven years. In Larry Richards's fourth novel, "The 69th Week," demons on a tight time schedule infest the Holy Land, searching for possible candidates. Their plan is to intercept this Messiah before he can defeat them. In the human realm, a group of builders from Nazareth, a backwater town in the disparaged province of Galilee, find themselves drawn to different sides of a growing conflict. Brothers Simeon and Shm'ul and their neighbor Yeshua discover they all have critical roles to play in "The 69th Week." Simeon is intent on going to Jerusalem to reclaim a heritage abandoned by their father, Yakov. Shm'ul won't abandon his family. Neither has any idea that their friend and neighbor, Yeshua, is anything other than an ordinary Jew of Galilee. But years later when that neighbor begins to preach and perform miracles, Simeon-now a rabbi and confidant of the High Priest-is sent to investigate the trouble. Enemies collide when Satan discovers that no demon is able to attack this Yeshua, and he determines to manipulate the Jewish leaders into killing Yeshua before the decisive seventieth week begins. When Simeon is humiliated in an honor contest with Yeshua, his hostility provides Myrdebaal with the opportunity he and Satan have been seeking.
"His bond with the city mirrored his parents' relationship to their towns in the Old World, except that Manhatten offered him a future they could only imagine. Merely by working hard within a few square miles of New York, the young Weinfeld could become a great lawyer and ultimately a judge of national repute. Weinfeld's personal growth and socioeconomic mobility illustrates how the children of Catholic and Jewish immigrants were assimilated into mainstream American life during the course of the twentieth century. His unique approach to jurisprudence offers a model for the equal legal protection of all Americans."--BOOK JACKET.
In the poignant novel Twilight Years, four women friends are scattered around the world, living adventurous lives as they enter their senior years, and are forever bonded by the friendship they built during a previous vacation to Lake Como in Italy. Fifty-something Elsa Martos lives alone in Toronto but loves to travel with Lili, her wealthy Australian friend. Lili is married to Michael, a corporate lawyer who is emotionally scarred from a bitter divorce, but has somehow managed to embrace Lili’s fierce independence and promiscuous past. Margaret is nearly sixty, loves her teaching position at the university, and is happy in Budapest. Widower and London resident Edith, has a knack for complaining and an unfulfilled dream of becoming a well-known artist. Margaret invites Elsa to visit Budapest and Lili and Edith eventually follow. As the four women meet up again and share their life stories, tragedy strikes one of them and brings the friends closer than ever. In this story of friendship that stretches across continents and seas, Elsa, Lili, Edith, and Margaret support each other through difficulties, love, and loneliness, ultimately realizing that to attain serene happiness, life must be lived fully, no matter what your age.
One in ten adults over 65 has some form of mild cognitive impairment or MCI--thinking problems that go beyond those associated with normal aging, but that fall short of the serious impairments experienced by people with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. This is the first book written specifically for individuals with MCI, for their loved ones, and for the health care professionals who treat them. Written by three clinicians and researchers who have devoted their careers to MCI patients, this book provides up-to-date and reliable information on the nature of this disorder, how it may affect people, and what can be done about it. The authors explain how MCI is diagnosed and treated and they offer advice on how to improve cognitive health through diet and exercise, through social engagement, and through the use of practical, effective memory strategies. Throughout, case studies illustrate the real-life issues facing people living with MCI. The book includes "Questions to Ask Your Doctor," recommended readings and links to relevant websites, and worksheets to guide readers through healthy lifestyle changes.