A Seventyish Woman
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A Seventyish Woman

Here in Maine, Winter Still Has us in a Stranglehold But the Light Beckons us to Move Toward Spring

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In March winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds and something pulls inside of us too. — Jean Hersey

The start of a new month is always an inspiration to me. It asks me to rethink what I have been doing, to take a deep breath, and start again with perhaps a revised…

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A Seventyish Woman is written from the perspective of an older woman who is still full of life. She may or may not be retired but she is excited about this next phase of life: to explore new possibilities, muse about the changes, and celebrate her beauty and power.

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Jean Anne Feldeisen

Jean Anne Feldeisen

I've got my fingers in way too many pots. Cook, writer, poet, reader, musician, therapist, dreamer, a transplant from New Jersey suburbs to a farm in Maine.

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