78 Years in the Lost and Found

Author: Babette Williams

ISBN 978-1-60264-094-8 (softcover)

156 pages


Life, like a roller coaster, has its ups and downs. In this book, Babette Williams relates the experiences she enjoyed-and sometimes had to cope with-during the past several years since she, her husband, and two dogs moved to Oak Hammock at the University of Florida. With her usual wry humor and quirky take on everyday happenings, Babette shares her hard-won insights into the adjustments of living at a Continuing Care Retirement Community. Readers of all ages who like to laugh and learn will find this a gratifying and diverting book.

Babette Williams was a professional horse trainer, equitation instructor, owner, breeder and A.H.S.A. approved judge for 35 years before beginning her second career as a Real Estate Broker, working in New Jersey and Florida.

After retirement, Williams began to write, publishing an award-winning story in The Gaited Horse. Her outsider's look at Gator football was published in the University of Florida Alumni Magazine. Her first book, the memoir Dancing in High Cotton, was published in 2005, and Otis followed the next year.

She and her husband still live in Gainesville at Oak Hammock. They enjoy their blended family, their dogs, and above all, each other.

Category: Biography, Memoirs, Non-Fiction

Type: books

Vendor: Babette Williams

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