Amazon says “Jenny Lawson realized that the most mortifying moments of our lives–the ones we’d like to pretend never happened– are in fact the ones that define us.”
Considering a bird pooped on my leg, and I got ants in my purse just tonight; this book will probably speak to me. Yeah, me. You know, the one who ripped her butt open on a rock in a river and had to get 13 stitches in a rural hospital and then ride in a car for four hours? The one who previously had a MOUSE in her purse. A MOUSE. Mortifying moments are my life. I think I’ll relate to this one.
Oh Sweetie, it always looks different on the model. ALWAYS.
Notaro is described as the “idiot girl” who makes “misstep after riotous misstep” in her marriage and with her family, and it turns out there’s a chapter about “Ambien Laurie,” who apparently shops in the middle of the night and eats Devil Dogs. I think she and Ambien Traci, a girl who, much to her own chagrin, finds herself on day 12 of the Insanity workouts (Ambien shopping trip), would get along fabulously. Turns out I like to shop and eat Oreos in my Ambien-altered state. Oh yes, I do think there will be much laughter with this one.
And for fiction lovers…