Yes. And would read it yet again.
I first read about Jess B. Simple nearly forty years ago in the park next to our local library. Out loud, entertaining my babies, I acted out the characters for them. They laughed at me and with me too.
The simplicity of being authentic and transparent. Truthful and humorous.
Sometimes real life is downright funny. Like a bunion acting up you're when walking the pavements of Harlem.
Humor is a hickey on the head of one who swung first and missed.
There are Jess B. Simples in pubs in Ireland, taverns in England, bars and clubs in every city in America, he can be found sitting on the porches or leaning against a pickup trucks in the deep south.
He was quietly effective, curious but not in your face. Asking leading questions, and waiting for an answer.
No, I pause it, take care of something serious and come back to it for some relaxing fun time
Loved this book, I have e read them all over the years, I own most of them
Right up there with a Woman of Substance
The power of love and the honor of respect
Her ability to voice her actions and thoughts with just the right tones
Yes, very strong reactions, I realize the importance of a loving mentor
I did not laugh or cry, just took notes as if the wisdom was meant for me
Again good reading as well as inspirational
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