“Growing Old Is Not For The Meek” by Walter Sawyer is now available for purchase

Citi of Books is delighted to announce the publication of the book “Growing Old Is Not For The Meek” by Walter Sawyer. This enthralling book is now available for purchase through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retail sites.

Walter Sawyer quit high school at the age of sixteen and went to work on the advice of his stepfather. He either works or goes on the street. He found a job at a local hat company, which lasted only a few days when the Pope said, “Women do not have to wear hats to church.”

He entered the US Navy at the age of seventeen. He went to Great Lake, Illinois, before traveling to the Panama Canal and eventually the West Coast to California.

After leaving the Navy with an honorable discharge, he got married and raised three children. Twenty years later, he entered the Massachusetts National Guard and was drafted into the US Army for Saudi Arabia.

While serving in Germany, three years earlier, he got hurt; the injuries recurred while on active duty in Saudi Arabia. He was honorably discharged. He was sent home on a MAC flight to the States. He continued to help for the next year with AmeriCorps, working on a disaster program in seven Mobile Park communities, totaling 12,000 hours of community service.

Walter now enjoys the senior way of life with his seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

“Growing Old Is Not For the Meek” is an inspiring book about the author’s experiences in life as he grew older. In life, there are a lot of things that we should be grateful for, as tomorrow is not promised to anyone. People may come and go, and it’s either a blessing or a lesson.

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” (St. Augustine).

No one wants to live in the past. Anyone who is over the age of seventy has lived to tell them this is true. The worst thing about growing old is that you’re left behind. Even worse are the items they left behind: the items left by the person who was gone can be touched, remembering who gave them or the items you gave them. For every house that has lost someone, their ghost or angel is still there, walking around and keeping you warm. It is a breath of fresh air with a scent when there is no scent for you to smell. Most individuals live on memories, wishing they could do some of their past again.

This book is about life, and Walter Sawyer is sharing it with you. He has made many mistakes; maybe you can adjust your life to make it a little better for those you care for.

Learn through Walter Sawyer’s wisdom by grabbing a copy of his book “Growing Old Is Not For The Meek,” now available through the links provided below:

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