Frances Fuller decided to figure out for herself how to live wisely through the puzzles and possibilities of aging and to write her thoughts. The result is these thirty-eight personal essays, full of stories and promises to herself and her family.
Dealing with such issues as grief, loneliness, physical limitations, fears, duties, she shares her daily life, enriched with memories. She seeks the significance of her own life story and understanding of her responsibility to younger generations, while solving problems urgent in the moment.
Her conversational voice and unusual frankness make this book unique to the self-help genre.