George Simon is a lecturer and writer of short stories and a few years back was the “cover boy” for the American Heart Association. He finds joy in life by poking fun at aging and its problems and has his own ideas of how to approach the so-called golden years.
This book is about his personal experiences during the aging period: the good, the bad, the funny, and the sad. If we are fortunate enough to experience the aging period, then it is just a matter of how we view it. George is eighty-nine years old, enjoying life and relishing every precious minute of it.