You Don’t Look Your Age… and Other Fairy Tales – “This happened to me, learn from it!”

It’s the late evening of October 23, 2021. I decided as I was finishing up on some other computer work, to come over and get a reblog ready for tomorrow.

Sadly, it would not allow me to schedule the post. So, it’s going out late at night, but most of you will see it tomorrow. I mean, it’s not like I think this is the hoppin’ place to spend a Saturday night.

As if! LOL LOL LOL

So…

Up for reblog is an audiobook (what I still sometimes call, “Books on Tape” – I’m old! LOL).

I have beautiful memories of all the books I listened to as I drove to and from work… for… gosh… around 7 years, I think.

I’ve mentioned that I love memoirs and listened to many. This is an anthology of … um… what would I call them… moments? Yes, I think that fits. Those moments when you learn something so valuable that you know you must share.

This is a book (or in my case, an audiobook) of sharing stories. Deeply vulnerable, heartfelt stories. Some happy, some sad.

It’s not a keeper. It’s a giver-away-er. That’s why I gave it to my mom!

Because… ya know … it’s just that wonderful.

The Self-Help Whisperer®

You Don’t Look Your Age… and Other Fairy TalesbySheila Nevins is a book after my own heart. In fact, it could have been written by me. It wasn’t! But it could have been.

On the back, it says,“This happened to me, learn from my mistakes and my successes. Because you don’t get any smarter as you get older, you get braver.”This also could have been written by me and is, in fact, the whole reason for … all my blogs … but especially this one.

I have made mistakes – some with the very best intentions and others, because I wasn’t thinking at all. I have reaped unintended consequences for my decisions, as have those I love, simply because they existed in my small world. I call it collateral damage. There was plenty to go around.

I want to talk to you about these…

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