Okay, so you might be getting a bit long of tooth and your bark ain’t quite what it used to be. Is that any reason to go around raising your hackles and snarling at the world? “Heck no!” say the authors of WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty.
Diana Black and Mary Cunningham have been lifelong friends. They’re also canine enthusiasts and huge fans of the written word in its wittiest form. A meaty metaphor or the perfect pun will set their tails to wagging so, along with Melinda Richarz Bailey, they came up with this howlingly hilarious guide to the joys and pitfalls of growing older. WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty is a must for any mature woman who enjoys a good laugh with a thoughtful life lesson thrown in for good measure.
Now the friends are sharing even more of their wise and witty take on aging with their newest offering: Accentuate the Pawsitive. WOOFers everywhere will gain fresh insights into several areas of their lives: mental health, emotional health, relationships, spirituality and more. I interviewed both Diana and Mary on Feisty Side of Fifty Radio and they told me all about it. (It’s a fun fifteen minutes of listening pleasure so, when you’re dog tired of all the bad news out there, take a moment to hear something pawsitive!)
If midlife is throwing you a big bone to pick and you find yourself barking up the wrong tree dealing with meno-paws, Sharpie wrinkles, and the like, check out both WOOF and Accentuate the Pawsitive. As Diana and Mary put it: “Mind spinning? Mood Swinging? Middle sagging? Get used to it. When you reach 50, shift happens. But, you’re not alone. WOOFers to the rescue!” And, for women only over fifty, that’s the doggone truth!