Book Reviews of Rescue Me, He's Wearing a Moose Hat : And 40 Other Dates After 50

Rescue Me, He's Wearing a Moose Hat : And 40 Other Dates After 50
Rescue Me He's Wearing a Moose Hat And 40 Other Dates After 50
Author: Sherry Halperin
ISBN-13: 9781580050685
ISBN-10: 1580050689
Publication Date: 10/7/2005
Pages: 200
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Seal Press
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Rescue Me, He's Wearing a Moose Hat : And 40 Other Dates After 50 on + 5602 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
You know, most of us only wear our moose hats on special occasions, so consider it a compliment.
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Perfect companion for any woman over fifty who's reentering the dating world.
reviewed Rescue Me, He's Wearing a Moose Hat : And 40 Other Dates After 50 on
ah, too funny! I could relate to too many of these situations. You just have to laugh (or you'll scream) sometimes.
reviewed Rescue Me, He's Wearing a Moose Hat : And 40 Other Dates After 50 on + 97 more book reviews
This book brought back a lot of memories, not all good ones. I think the dates Sherry Halperin had were not only the kinds of experiences women over 50 have.

I was a lot younger than 50, actually beginning to go back into a far different dating world at 33 than the popular and active one I had left behind at 18 when I got married. (A less than brilliant move on my part now that I think of it. Ahh, if only I had thought of it then!)

My dates varied. Some were disappointing, some were a bit strange and others were downright weird. One odd fellow thought I was the girl who had everything and said he didn't know what to bring me on our first date, so he brought all kinds of anti-mouse items; baits, traps, sprays and killing poisons. I really wasn't the girl who had everything unless three young daughters, a blind dog and a stack of bills count, but I didn't have mice!

One man invited me out for lunch (or so I thought), but instead after we sat down, said, "You can talk to me and watch me eat. I can't afford to pay for a lunch for you. I'm waiting for my mother to die." Really, truly, honestly. He DID tell me that just before I left the restaurant and left him to eat all alone. Do I need to say we did NOT have a second date?

Three different gentlemen asked me to marry them on our first dates. One even laid his paycheck on the table so I could see how much money he made and how well he could support me.

Even if your dating years were awhile ago, I think you will find this book really funny and interesting.