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The Wrap-Up Years

The Wrap-Up Years

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0834107996, Paperback)

"Us? live in an 'old people's home'? I couldn't imagine it, and neither could Tom." The book tells the Verners' story from the day the idea of moving into "the Home" was planted in their minds by a woman who helped hang the drapes in their retirement cabin, through the decision to apply and the thought of the author as she now comtemplates their life as "old folks in a home." It's a victorious story, definitely optimistic. Anyone up in years who "can't imagine living in an old people's home" ought to appreciate this book.

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