As any creative person knows, it’s not always the finished product that’s valuable — many times it’s what you learn in the process. And in the case of Life, it’s who we become in the process. One of the gifts of aging is the opportunity to reinvent yourself, again and again. From beauty queen to roadie to seamstress and restauranteur, Maxine Earhart has done just that…and she’s not finished yet.
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