Memoirs Of A Senior Dater: A Humorous Look At Dating Past 40
Miembro desde 1996
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: Memoirs Of A Senior Dater: A Humorous Look ...
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A hilarious look at dating in the 21st century as an older adult. Mr. Scaffidi shares some of his humorous adventures in dating, and also some of the do's and don'ts of on line line dating.About the Author:
R. J. "Bob" Scaffidi is a father of 2 grown children and a grandfather of three. His home is outside of Akron, Ohio, where he has lived his entire life. He set out on his dating journey, which was his first time since he was 20 years old. Now, 58 years old, he finds out how different the dating scene is today. Bob has spent most of his working career in the technology field and has worked the last 35 years for several major corporations. He has traveled to every state in the continental United States and, in his own words says that he has been blessed to see things that many people don't get an opportunity to see. His friends describe him as quick-witted and they say he has a sarcastic sense of humor, and it shows in his writing. He is not afraid to make fun of himself and loves to take fun pot shots at his friends. He says, "Life is too short to not have fun, and that includes making fun of yourself"
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