Item description for Cooking With Hot Flashes: And Other Ways to Make Middle Age Profitable by Martha Bolton...
Overview Who says growing old isn?t fun? Sure, each day brings its own disturbing surprises, but aging has its benefits, too. Martha Bolton believes that the older you get, the smarter you become, and she?s only slightly kidding when she offers her hilarious ideas of skin-slippage insurance and scratch-and-taste samples in the cooking magazines. There are some distinct advantages to aging, so laugh with Martha as she points out all that the over-forty crowd can get away with. You can drive down the median of the highway to avoid traffic People hold the doors open for you, which usually gets you in line in front of them Three sit-ups count as exercise You can talk to yourself, with or without a headset You?ll chuckle at Martha?s new suggestions for musicals (Annie, Get Your Girdle), movies (Hey, Dude, Where?s My Teeth?), and songs (?Put Ben-Gay on My Shoulder?), but you?ll gleefully howl at Martha?s top-ten list of things never to forget in middle age. And remember, above all, you?re only as old as you feel, and if you feel like taking a nap, well then, you deserve it!
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.68" Width: 5.96" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2004
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
ISBN 076420002X ISBN13 9780764200021
Availability 0 units.
More About Martha Bolton
Martha Bolton is the author of 88 books and was a staff writer for Bob Hope for fifteen years. She has received nominations for an Emmy Award, Dove Award, WGA Award, and is the winner of four Angel Awards. She is also the scriptwriter for five hit musicals, including Josiah for President, based on her novel of the same name, and The Home Game, based on this book.
Martha Bolton currently resides in Brentwood, in the state of Tennessee. Martha Bolton was born in 1951.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Cooking With Hot Flashes: And Other Ways to Make Middle Age Profitable?
Good Clean Humor May 14, 2005
Martha Bolton is one of those people who seems to see the humorous side of just about everything.
This book is for all of us who are over 40 and especially for women entering or experiencing menopause. All the physical and mental changes that come with aging can be depressing, but Ms Bolton shows how we can choose to look at the humorous side of it. She encourages the reader to accept and even chuckle at every new wrinkle and sagging body part.
This book is full of holsum, good-natured fun, and clean enough to give to your grandmother. Reading even one chapter a day is sure to help you out of the doldrums and remind you that God meant life to be enjoyed.
I enjoyed this book and hope to find more like it because I never want to outgrow a good laugh.
Get This Book! Dec 6, 2004
If you haven't had the pleasure of experiencing Martha Bolton's comedy, I recommend that you dive in as soon as possible. Her side-splitting remarks regarding aging not only hit home, but leave you gasping for air. Be sure to get your copy of COOKING WITH HOT FLASHES today! Anne McDonald, Dancing Word Writers Network
Temperature up? This book is for you!!! Nov 6, 2004
Martha Bolton does it again! Poignant enough to make you think--funny enough to make you laugh--and the quotes from famous folks becomes the icing on the cake.
Lots of laughs for aging boomers Oct 16, 2004
This is a great followup to Martha's earlier book on laughing your way through middle age, "Didn't My Skin Used to Fit?" I laughed until I cried...and when I went to get a tissue, I couldn't remember why I was crying. If you suffer from memory loss or flappy arms, you'll love this book.
great humor as always Sep 12, 2004
As usual, Martha Bolton offers humor and fun with a message! Either I was smiling, laughing out loud or nodding in agreement about her humorous take on getting older. Her words encouraged me to know I'm not alone and to grow older with grace and joy!