Dorothy Wilhelm, who finds humor in the fine art of aging and shares it in her monthly column in The Olympian and The News Tribune, is going to do a book signing from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday at The Olympian, 111 Bethel St. NE, Olympia.
Wilhelm’s new book, “Better Every Day,” is a collection of some of her best columns written over the past 25 years. In it, she shares information on loss (How she caused the Seahawks to lose the Super Bowl), befriending wild life (The Frog Who Came In From The Cold), cooking tips (The Brownies are Burning), and intergenerational understanding (The End of The Sandwich Generation).
This book, her second, is a companion to last year’s “Catch The Christmas Spirit.”
Stop by and meet the author herself.
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