Once in a while, a film is made about an older woman with a younger man, but I have yet to see an honest story that is not afraid to tackle the subject head-on. Summer of '42 was a disappointment. The story of a young boy with a woman ...
Author: K. Charles Oelfke 2nd
Publisher: Archway Publishing
A femme d’un certain âge, as the French refer to, is a woman of indeterminate age who can be sophisticated and attractive. It’s an elegant phrase and to me, not at all derogatory. For author K. Charles Oelfke II, it implies an undercurrent of mystery, combined with a certain fascination and respect for the woman so described. In Older Women Don’t Giggle, Oelfke shares the story of his life, an exciting romp that might help older women realize their potential as femmes d’un certain âge and helps young men wake up to life’s possibilities. In this memoir, he discusses his approach to intimate relationships, mixed with personal experiences such as world travel in his powder blue VW Beetle, all while absorbing architectural history. Oelfke tells how he looks at things from a different perspective than most other men, particularly where women are concerned. Older Women Don’t Giggle chronicles how he’s lived an extraordinary life full of adventure, business experiences, travel, and excitement, interspersed with marvelous romantic and erotic experiences. “A lover teaches a wife all her husband has kept from her.” —Honoré Balzac Had Benjamin read my book, he could have avoided much grief. Had Mrs. Robinson read my book, Benjamin could have had a great ride.
In Older Women Don't Giggle, Oelfke shares the story of his life, an exciting romp that might help older women realize their potential as femmes d'un certain âge and helps young men wake up to life's possibilities.
Author: K 'charles Oelfke 2nd
A femme d'un certain âge, as the French refer to, is a woman of indeterminate age who can be sophisticated and attractive. It's an elegant phrase and to me, not at all derogatory. For author K. Charles Oelfke II, it implies an undercurrent of mystery, combined with a certain fascination and respect for the woman so described. In Older Women Don't Giggle, Oelfke shares the story of his life, an exciting romp that might help older women realize their potential as femmes d'un certain âge and helps young men wake up to life's possibilities. In this memoir, he discusses his approach to intimate relationships, mixed with personal experiences such as world travel in his powder blue VW Beetle, all while absorbing architectural history. Oelfke tells how he looks at things from a different perspective than most other men, particularly where women are concerned. Older Women Don't Giggle chronicles how he's lived an extraordinary life full of adventure, business experiences, travel, and excitement, interspersed with marvelous romantic and erotic experiences. "A lover teaches a wife all her husband has kept from her." -Honoré Balzac Had Benjamin read my book, he could have avoided much grief. Had Mrs. Robinson read my book, Benjamin could have had a great ride.
Smiling and giggling , both women watched Auntie as they glanced in her direction and then at one another . Tami held both hands behind her neck , while Barbara stood bow - legged , holding her hands on her stomach as if palming a ...
Author: Therone Shellman
Publisher: Third Eye Publishing Inc.
“Love Don't Live Here,” the first book from a generational series. A story about two young women in their early 20's and takes place during the early 1970's into the 80's.Barbara loves her boyfriend Trini dearly but finds out the hard way when he leaves her while she's six months pregnant, that love is not always what it seems. Having to raise their son Jermaine by herself poses to be a great task.Like Barbara, Beverly also becomes a single mother but through different circumstances. Her boyfriend Malik, a conscious young man in his early 20's and is a member of the Black Panther party, winds up getting killed during a bank robbery. This leaves Beverly to fend for herself and two children, Derrik and Tinesha. Being a woman she knows what it takes to raise Tinesha into womanhood, but is lost when it comes to Derrik.The two women invite us into the world of relationships and single motherhood. In the end we all find out “it's about doing and being the best that one can be.”
Artificial giggles hitting the grass with stony thuds. 'Don't be a dope. Sayyes. Yes thank you and Yes I will.' 'My mother says it's not necessary to say thank you all the time. If you get it enlarged it'll fit you.
Author: Ravinder Randhawa
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
A sharply observed, witty and confident novel brimming with drama, masquerade and mischief. In a bustling British city, decked out with NHS specs and Oxfam coat, Kulwant masquerades behind her old woman’s disguise, taking life or leaving it as she feels inclined, seeking new adventures and venturing back into her past. Divorced from her husband, disapproved of by her sons, mistrusted by their wives, Kulwant makes real contact through a jigsaw of meetings: with the Punjabi Punk who dusts her down after a carefully calculated fall, with Caroline, her gregarious friend from school days, who watched over her dizzy romance with Michael the archangel; with Maya the myopic who can’t see beyond her weeping heart, and with Rani/ Rosalind who’s just killed a man... Entertaining and provoking, complex and playful, A Wicked Old Woman is the story of the eccentric Kulwant and the lives that cross and collide with hers as her past catches up to her and starts to mix with her present. Inspired by authors such as Philip Pullman, Yann Martell and Markus Zusak, this book will appeal to fans of contemporary fiction.
The large, older woman looked her up and down and stifled a giggle. 'Oh no, Phyllis. I don't think you'd have anything to worry about.' Nell quelled a giggle. But now, as she stood looking around the yard, she wondered where they were.
Author: Jennifer Ryan
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
From Jennifer Ryan, the bestselling author of The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir, comes an unforgettable story inspired by the true events of a BBC-sponsored wartime cooking competition. ‘The Great British Bake Off set in World War Two . . . an enchanting hug of a novel’ – Cathy Kelly, author of Other Women ‘A gorgeous novel about making the best of things during difficult times, whilst celebrating the importance of sisterhood and friendship’ – Jill Mansell, author of Should I Tell You? Some wars will be fought at home . . . Two years into the Second World War, and German U-boats are frequently disrupting Britain’s supply of food. In an effort to help housewives with food rationing, a BBC radio programme called The Kitchen Front launches a new cooking contest – and the grand prize is a job as the programme’s first-ever female co-host. For young widow Audrey, winning the competition could be a chance to pay off her husband’s debts and keep a roof over her children’s heads. However, her estranged sister, Gwendoline, is equally set on success even if her own kitchen maid, Nell, is competing against her. And then there is Zelda, a London-trained chef desperate to succeed in a male-dominated profession – and harbouring a secret that will change everything . . .
“Don't be so insolent! I'm not a stranger,” said the old woman irritably. “How do we know that?” Tristan asked. “Under your grannydisguise, you could be one of those strange men Mum warned us about.” He gave a giggle.
Author: Elizabeth Cassidy
Publisher: Balboa Press
Faith, Hope, and Charity grow up in Melbourne, Australia, engaging in what at first seems to be normal sibling rivalry. Charity becomes a master at telling liesor whoppersand her mother sees her as the most responsible one. When Charity grows up, she realizes that her parents are aging and could die at any time, so she starts plotting a way to get at their money so she can upgrade her lifestyle. Hope is also desperate for money, and she teams up with her sister to try to get a share of the loot. Together, they try to make Faith look like an uncouth, working-class woman who doesnt deserve anything. But Faith is smarter than her sisters give her credit for, and as Hope and Charity seek to outdo each other, she waits for their clever lies to come undone. Only time will tell wholl enjoy the spoils as Faith, Hope, and Charity (the three Christian virtues) spin their yarns in The Whopper.
... not the inhabitants from getting out. Therrien shared his supply list with Shayden as they took the main road into Tresslar. Kiearah traipsed behind them, watching young women giggle and older women blush at a mere glance ...
Author: Tamera Zerby
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Dragons Don’t Cry By: Tamera Zerby Kiearah, the last changeling, lived in an isolated village in Dracasos. She had never seen a dragon until the night her parents were murdered on the orders of Dreven. Dreven learned how to harness the mystical tear of the dragon to enslave many and wreak havoc throughout the land. Now, Kiearah must trust a dragon to help her to retrieve the tear, defeat Dreven, and free the land from his tyrannical rule. But how can one small woman fight an enemy so strong all the forces of Dracasos could not defeat him? As she journeys to the dragons' lair, she finds friends to help her along the way, but it is up to her to fulfill an old prophecy and free Dracasos from Dreven’s evil reign.
Originally, we had been drawn to each other by common interests in life-span development that led us to try to improve community services for young children, first, and older people, second. I don't know what precipitated it, ...
Author: A.Regula Herzog
Health & Economic Status of Older Women is a collection of research issues and data sources. This book is organized in three parts. Part 1 sets the stage for the more focused discussion of health and economic issues in the lives of old women that follows in Part 2. This first section contains papers by both Troll and Reinharz. Their papers - presented as keynote addresses in the conference - provide a historical context for the subsequent material. Both authors issue challenges to those who would focus their research efforts on older women. The second part of the book contains the substantive discussions of health and economic aspects of women’s lives. The final part contains discussions of research methodologies.
the growing presence of older women involved with young men in Skolimowski's films , uses the term ' erotic turpism ... Certainly his female pupils do not find him repulsive , but giggle with pleasure when he looks down their swimming ...
Author: Ewa Mazierska
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Introduction : outsider, nonconformist, a man in-between. From participant to observer : autobiographical discourse in the films of Jerzy Skolimowski -- About a boy : characters, narratives and ideologies in Skolimowski's films -- Between realism and non-realism : the artistic context of Skolimowski's films and their main visual motifs -- In the land of Hamlets and Don Quixotes : Skolimowski's encounters with literature -- 'I don't like obvious film scores' : music and other sounds in Skolimowski's films -- Conclusions.
older woman was a schoolteacher who taught grade school in a church in the rural area before the kids came to the town school. ... She put her hand on my leg, kissed me, and stated, “I like you, but I don't want to hurt you.
Author: John J.T. Hiner
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
This is a story about my life. I was told I was born a large child with long black curly hair and a full mustache. Today, as an adult, I can't grow a full mustache. At four months old, I pulled a pot of boiling water off a table onto myself, burning 3⁄4 of my body. The Dr walked away and stated it wasn't anything he could do for me. At four years old, I was run over by a car, breaking every bone in my body. Again, the Dr walked away and stated I would not live until morning. At eleven years old, I drowned and was brought back to life. I have two legal names from 16, Sept 1939. I was "John Hiner" from 17 Oct, 1957. After seeing my birth certificate, I became "J.T. Hiner". Growing up, I had eleven siblings. Never wanted to be married or have children. I have married three times and I am a great, great, great father. The title speaks for itself. So much happened to me during all phases of my life seen in The Baby, the Boy, the Man.