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# 1545 TPOS: memorable quotes

The age of 35 seems to be the
number most people over 60 ish
seem to feel mentally. I started asking
the “how old do you feel” after a… 49 more words


# 1544 TPOS: vitality movement, exercise

My father managed a Woolworth store
and was a worker bee.. out on the floor
most of the day walking making sure the
store ran smoothly, creating displays and… 84 more words


La chorale

I’ve always loved to sing.

When I was a kid I gave some memorable performances in the school choir. My rendition of Eliza Doolittle singing ‘Wouldn’t it be loverly?’ in junior high school is fondly remembered by a few people who are still kind enough to be my friends. 492 more words


No Barriers

A Blind Man’s Journey to Kayak the Grand Canyon

Erik Weihenmayer and Buddy Levy

Forward by Bob Woodruff

No Barriers is more than an incredible adventure story—it’s a beautiful book about family and finding a way to achieve more than you ever thought possible.”—Brad Meltzer, author of  317 more words



A Memoir

Eric Fair

“An important personal perspective is now provided by Eric Fair’s candid and chilling new book, Consequence, which is at once an agonized confession of his own complicity as an interrogator at Abu Ghraib and an indictment of the system that enabled and tried to justify torture . 290 more words


The Sound of Gravel

A Memoir

Ruth Wariner

“[A] powerful and poignant memoir about growing up in a polygamist community.”—People 

Ruth Wariner was the thirty-ninth of her father’s forty-two children. 303 more words


Greenpeace Captain

My Adventures in Protecting the Future of Our Planet

Peter Willcox with Ronald B. Weiss

“Willcox raises important environmental awareness and celebrates Greenpeace exploits, which should inspire like-minded activists.” 216 more words