Question: What is your biggest financial worry or regret?
Answer: “I am a 66 year old whose youngest son is severly autistic and has a seizure disorder. Both my husband and I will have to work well into the next decade at least, to help him and eventually find a place that he can live without us. We are always strapped because of medical bills. Our 22 year old daughter is still on our insurance and needs help from us as well. My grandchildren are only 13 months and 3 months – read more …
Question: Why do you want a Menopause Makeover?
Answer: “I feel stuck. I have been experiencing menopause for the last 7 years – belly weight gain, apathy, hot flashes, sleeplessness, a disconnect. During this time I had a broken engagement, loss of a parent and retirement, to say the least. I just want to move on into the next phase of my life feeling, looking and sharing all the good that is within me.”
Question: Which set would you most like to win?
srasmoo’s Answer: “I’d like to win the Farmers Market serving bowls and her book because I think it would be wonderful for my son and his family to inherit after I’m gone. The best memories of our family are connected to cooking and eating together.”
Question: How long did your adult children live at home?
Answer: “Help!!!!!!! My adult son (27) moved back in last August when he broke up with his girlfriend. He also went to rehab to get off drugs and alcohol. He has been
clean for 5 months but I need help getting him out of the house. I am afraid if
I throw him out he will relapse, but I know he needs to be on his own and I want
my house back.”
Question: What’s the most romantic thing someone has done for you?
Answer: “When my husband and I first met and began dating, whenever we were out and it was raining, or whenever we came across a really badly broken sidewalk, he would scoop me up in his arms and carry me over it so I wouldn’t wet or ruin my shoes. He still does this today and we have been together for 20 years.”
Comment For A Chance To Receive Diane Keaton’s New Memoir, Then Again
Cboza commented: “I read an excerpt from Then Again in a recent issue of Vogue and was delighted by it. Keaton’s voice shines through. The entries that describe her mother make it quite clear where she got her drive and her wonder at life. I’m keeping all my fingers crossed for the giveaway!”
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