Early Birds Flock Together: Joys, Sorrows-and Laughs-in Senior Living from Orange Hat Publishing

Early Birds Flock Together: Joys, Sorrows-and Laughs-in Senior Living from Orange Hat Publishing
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Early Birds Flock Together: Joys, Sorrows-and Laughs-in Senior Living from Orange Hat Publishing

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“Such a needed, fun, and insightful book! It is packed with so much wisdom and great story telling. Navigating this important life change with Nancy will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired.”
-Ariane de Bonvoisin, Best-selling author, The First 30 Days

Should I sell my house? Where should I go? How do I get rid of all this stuff? What can I do so I am not a burden to my kids? These are the questions senior citizens face. In Early Birds Flock Together, Nancy Runner shares a personal story of moving from her city of thirty-five years to a new community, new apartment, and new people. Woven throughout are humorous anecdotes about dealing with change, frustrating senior moments, accepting eccentric people, and maintaining good relationships with adult children.