As Erma shares her worries about the American way of life, she'll have you chuckling right out loud. You'll view cherished traditions such as the joys of motherhood, TV game shows, family togetherness, and the overworked phrase "Have a good day!" in a completely different light. So get ready to trade your stale outlook for a hilarious new one.
Whether America's first lady of humor is poking fun at family life or taking a poignant look at the difficulties of aging, you'll laugh until the tears stream down your face. And with Barbara Rosenblat's rib-tickling performance, you'll feel as if you are sharing a cup of coffee with Erma herself.
©1978 Erma Bombeck; (P)2000 Recorded Books
I enjoy Bombeck's humorous look at everyday life. I laughed, wearing my earbuds while my husband watched a car race. While technologies change, interactions between parent and child, husband and wife are timeless. Loved the bit about the organizer purse -- I received one as a gift.
A great listen for a pick me up. Makes you laugh. Reminds me of my life.
Erma Bombeck's books were a staple when I was growing up I used to read her columns every tim they came out. And I laughed at them......knowing I was not the only kid doing that stuff. LOL. She also puts in a few life lessons for all of us.....but doesn't beat us over the head with them.
Love you Erma, miss you......
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