Tag Archives: memoir

On This Day, Independence From Inhibition

What Would Albert Think:  I subscribe to the power of positive thinking, but unlike Albert Einstein and his belief in gravity, I don’t feel the need to explain or quantify anything.  In fact, I’d rather not know how it works.  … Continue reading

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What A Character

I invite you to read my brief review of Rachel Dratch’s memoir “Girl Walks Into A Bar”. This book can hold the attention of a woman going through menopause.  If you’ve ever hung around someone going through the change, then … Continue reading

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Russell’s Nooky Book

Russell Brand and I are destined to meet:  he’s always imagined that he came from a distant planet, and I’ve always imagined meeting a visitor from a distant planet. I just finished Mr. Brand’s first memoir, “My Booky Wook”, and … Continue reading

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Tickling Tidbits for a Tuesday

Sh!t Music I love my kid’s music organization system.  Most of it’s filed under the piano. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Butt of the Conversation: The strangest thing I ever overheard when someone butt-dialed me was a colonoscopy procedure. (The butt-dialer was the doctor, … Continue reading

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