Laugh your way through the maturity maze with the Geranium Lady
A 2001 cancer diagnosis sent best-selling author and beloved Woman of Faith(r) speaker Barbara Johnson "e;crying to God about the way He was bringing my life to a close."e;
In this, Barbara's "e;fourth"e; "e;last book"e; of zany joy and senior silliness, she celebrates still laughing and still growing older by poking fun at time-sensitive topics ranging from again (I'm ready to meet my Maker . . . but He's apparently tied up with a previous engagement) to forgetfulness (Of course I'll smile for the camera . . . just as soon as I find my teeth).
"e;Humor Me, I'm Over the Hill"e; is the Geranium Lady's irresistibly funny appeal to her fellow adventurers in aging to "e;live happily to one hundred'or die trying "e;