Oh Rachel, so lovable and neurotic. I'm glad things worked out in the end but man oh man does she hold on to every injustice. At one point I had to take a week or so off. A lot of complaining. So much poor me, why me. But....she is funny, just pretend you're listening to a funny version of you mother acting like she's the only person that ever had ANYTHING negative happen to her EVER.
Enjoyed her performance. Loved hearing all the SNL stories. She seems like the kind of person you'd want to be best friends with. Nice. No life lessons. No preaching. Lots of sharing. I know her better now and would like to hear more about the next stages of her life.
This was one of the most enjoyable books since Bossy Pants. I plan on listening to it over and over again.
Rachel is a true genius with words and setting scenes. It's a laugh out loud book about a very down to earth woman.
I would recommend this book to a friend who enjoys comedy, hearing others' stories, and who wants a lighthearted, fast read. There is some "blue" content; but nothing audacious.
It is perfect to hear the author's words directly from the author and Ms. Dratch made the audio so funny and heartwarming.
I was particularly moved by the part where, after scathing comments about past horrible baby showers she has endured, she was moved to tears by the tiny pants she received for her child at her own shower.
Quick read. Dynamic and funny throughout.
Very funny and enjoyable to listen to. I had seen her in parts over the years but never realized how funny she was. Loved that she read her own book. Hope to see her in more movies.