No one wants to talk about aging-especially aging women. They're not supposed to bring up the changes to their bodies and lifestyles. They're not supposed to mention the weird food grievances they develop, nor the fact that they can't help but break wind in yoga. And they're definitely not supposed to be happy about growing older.
As humorist Kim Kane entered into this strange new era of "a certain age", she had a nagging feeling there was more to aging in our culture than colonoscopies and early bed times. She began hosting gatherings of women to discuss important questions about the psychological, social and physiological changes in the aging experience. And with grace and humor, the truth about aging began to emerge:
Aging really just means living. And for that, why should anyone feel anything but gratitude?
Readers of Sparkle On will feel as though they've made a friend and have joined the ranks of the bold, honest women who are aging along with them...aging in gratitude.