On her 50th birthday, Missouri Rothman did not get the Tahiti vacation she dreamed of or the surprise birthday party she expected. Instead, a university student totaled her car, her boss – after 16 years of loyal and excellent service – gave her a letter of termination, and her professor husband of 32 years asked for a divorce so he could marry his post-doc student with the 18-inch waist and perky boobs. Half a century old, jobless, and with only a high school diploma, Missouri must take the lemons that life has thrown her and make the best lemonade ever – even if it means traveling to Italy alone to do it.
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Writer and artist Muriel Pritchett began her writing career as a freelance magazine writer while living in Japan and Germany. A former daily newspaper reporter, she also worked in public relations and directed her own plays for local performing groups. Muriel, who studied art in Cortona, Italy, is known locally for her humorous clay creations. She and her husband are card-carrying Disney-holics.