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So Far So Good

So Far So Good
Author: Burgess Meredith
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ISBN: 9780786203680
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The actor discusses his stage and film career, Hollywood parties, his blacklisting during the 1950s, and anecdotes about Lauren Bacall, Jeff Bridges, Charlie Chaplin, Jimmy Stewart, and others
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 278
Authors: Kathy Beechem
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-07 - Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Pete Nadherny was the CEO of his own business in Cincinnati when he learned he had a brain tumor. His wife and the author of this book, Kathy, was a bank executive who traveled every week as part of her job. About their story So Far, So Good, she writes: "When Pete found his brain tumor, we both realized that this changed everything. Both of us quit working. Petes prognosis was grim. He had a grade IV Glioblastoma Multiforme brain tumor with an estimated life expectancy of six to eleven months." So began the journey captured in this memoir. "Pete had two brain surgeries, participated in a clinical trial, had six weeks of radiation, over thirty MRIs, had blood clots and nearly died once of pneumonia. Petes attitude toward his illness was amazing. He was a fighter, always focused on living, not dying." When people asked how he was doing, he would say, So Far, So Good. "Pete lived twenty-five months and we had an amazing adventure together. Details of Petes treatment and our trips are captured real time in the carepage entries we made to allow those following us to stay current over these twenty-five months. The carepage entries
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 437
Authors: Burgess Meredith
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 1994 - Publisher:
The actor discusses his stage and film career, Hollywood parties, his blacklisting during the 1950s, and anecdotes about Lauren Bacall, Jeff Bridges, Charlie Chaplin, Jimmy Stewart, and others
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Ross Fitzgerald, Antony Funnell
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-09-01 - Publisher: Hybrid Publishers
Professor Dr Grafton Everest's latest outrageous entertainment takes us to London and New York after a series of hilarious meanderings in the land of Oz. So Far, So Good centres on our hapless professor's obsession with food and fame; his relationship with his increasingly independent wife Janet; their wayward (and soon to be married) daughter Lee-Anne; and his much-loved terrier Maddie. This cleverly plotted satire exposes the sad state of universities and of what now passes for politics in the West. Our obsession with technology, our fear of outsiders and our distrust of elites also come in for a pasting. Caught in a series of concentric conspiracies, Grafton manages to save the day, save the world and even launch Australia on the road to a republic. Well-known author and commentator, Professor Ross Fitzgerald, and Antony Funnell, of ABC Radio National's "Future Tense" fame, have produced the funniest Grafton Everest novel yet. The previous Grafton adventure, Going Out Backwards, was shortlisted for the 2017 Russell Prize for Humour Writing.
So Far, So Good!
Language: en
Pages: 308
Authors: Theodore Doege
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-11-10 - Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
So Far, So Good! is about Theodore (Ted) Doege, born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1928, the second of five children in the family of Arthur and Erna Doege. In 1937, the family moved east to the small town of Bronxville near New York City, when Reverend Arthur Doege became president of Concordia Collegiate Institute, a small, Lutheran Church-affiliated high school and junior college.Attending Bronxville High School and then receiving a scholarship to Oberlin College, Ted graduated i
So Far So Good
Language: en
Pages: 72
Authors: Mariati Yahya
Categories: Reference
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-05 - Publisher: Partridge Publishing
This light hearted reading from the author is about a very important chapter of a person life transition from busy working life to more meaningful retirement. It is also about retiring without having millions to sit on. In short it's about the author's shoestring retirement. The book revealed how the author planned her financial needs before, during and her future in retirement. This book also mentioned the author's two cents worth on issue such as burnout and how you should watched and recognized it earlier to lessen the stress of your working life. Among other things mentioned in the book: What and why about bucket list The author's own list What three years of retirement experiences learnt and bringing it to the next level Element of humor in the form of sketches Readers can pick up some pointers on the positive aspect of retirement and living within your means."
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 199
Authors: Lee D. Goldstein
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-08-21 - Publisher: Untreed Reads
Every year, 40,000 Americans suffer spinal cord injuries. Lee Goldstein is one of them. Lee has been living with his injury for 66+ years, making him unofficially the longest living quadriplegic in history. The story of his injury and the reasons for his survival are chronicled in this stunning book. Lee tells of his terrible injury, his fight for life, and the amazing life he has led ever since. He was rescued from drowning by a famous singer. He hob-nobbed with celebrities during his hospitalization, and afterwards. Behind his success, as a young man and an adult, was a loving, caring and supportive family. Lee Goldstein and his late wife Marilyn raised five adopted children, including Tim, who suffers from autism, and whom they raised to successful adulthood. Lee’s present wife Ellen is a rock and has made Lee’s later years close to divine. No punches are pulled in this very honest and sometimes graphic account of what para/quads and their caretakers must be prepared to deal with every day, from the use of wheelchairs, to bathroom needs, to the sometimes life-threatening, embarrassing, or hilarious moments in the para/quad’s life. Everyone who reads this book will be inspired and will
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 108
Authors: David Lemon
Categories: Family & Relationships
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-04-01 - Publisher: iUniverse
How old is old? It depends upon who you ask. How does it feel to be 80 and sick? In this book, Dr. Lemon asks his patients and listens to them and lets us in on their collective wisdom. John, an Iowa farmer, struggles his way through the health-care system, emerging as a man with a new heart, both in fact and in spirit. Ruby tells us, "I am too busy to get old; you gotta laugh.” Ione inspires us. She is 92, blind and crippled. She still dances around her walker. The people, their stories and their faith warm our hearts and make us less afraid as we progress on the journey we all must travel.
So Far so Good
Language: en
Pages: 202
Authors: Justyn Credible
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-10-04 - Publisher: Balboa Press
In this humorous, inspirational story of Rhondas antics, failures, and ultimate understanding of who she was meant to be, the authors wit and Rhondas character come to life.
SO FAR . . . SO GOOD . . . SO THERE!
Language: en
Pages: 196
Authors: Lowell Thomas
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-08-22 - Publisher: iUniverse
The author wrote his memoirs, So Far . . . So Good . . . The Other Lowell Thomas Story in 2000 and had them published. This book is a sequel to that one. It is not intended to be marketed. However, should anyone care to purchase a copy, the offer would not be refused. This book is intended to be primarily for family use and distributed to close friends.
So Far, So Good
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Ralph Salisbury
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-04-01 - Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Bullet-shattered glass clatters onto his baby bed; he wakes and cries out into darkness. Does he remember this? Or remember being told? Regardless, he feels it, and will feel it again, bomb bay wind buffeting his eighteen-year-old body a mile above an old volcano's jagged debris, and yet again, staring at photos of Korean orphans, huddled homeless in a blizzard after a bombing in which, at twenty-five, he'd refused an order to join. It is through such prisms of the past that Ralph Salisbury's life unfolds, a life that, eighty years in the making, is also the life of the twentieth century. Winner of the River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Prize, So Far, So Good is a sometimes strange, sometimes lyrical, and often humorous attempt by an inveterate storyteller to recount "just things as they were." The survivor of a lightning strike, car and plane mishaps, explosions, bullets, a heart attack, cancer, and other human afflictions, Salisbury wonders: "Why should anyone read this?" The book itself resoundingly answers this question not merely with its sheer eventfulness but also in the prodigious telling. Salisbury takes us from abject poverty in rural Iowa during the Great Depression, with a half Cherokee father and