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Betty Crocker (apron and waffle iron included).
Doris Day. This phase included a beehive do, box suits and pillbox hats. Que sera, sera
It's a story of a lady who looks like Carol Brady.
Schlemiel, schlamazel look at me I'm dressing like Penny Marshall.
Nancy Regan reds. Alternating with Barbara Bush blues. (Hairstyles not included).
Golden Girl wanna be. Mom's outfits include Bea Arthur gray hair and designer seat suits.
-- Louis Mendez, editorial
You will laugh till you cry.
Bombeck depicts her experiences, as a housewife, with a combination of wit and sensitivity that also makes her exceptionally engaging as a wonderful storyteller.
Then there's the one where it says, I love you enough to say no .... truths that my parents have always said to me and truths that I plan to pass onto my kids.
RIP Erma Bombeck. I loved this book and I love her writings. She was a very funny and entertaining writer.Published 1 month ago by NSharon
I've heard lots of good things about Erma's books. I have read a few myself. This one I bought for a friend of mine who never heard of Erma Bombeck and I thought needed to laugh.Published 2 months ago by Margaret Marko-Sprague
There were boring parts but most of the book I could relate to...especially near the end. Really hit home for me.Published 3 months ago by Kristen B.
I'll be honest and admit that much of my enjoyment reading the fabulous Erma Bombeck comes from memories of my mother and her best friend sitting around, drinking wine out of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by CCDuke
I enjoyed the comedy as it was great reading. It was also very fast moving. I would highly recommend this book.Published 4 months ago by Raymond Hewes
Erma can make an everyday situation into a laugh. Too bad she has passed. Loved everyone of her books. When the daughter become the mother is a classic. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Duane Snyder
Erma Bombeck had a wonderful way of looking at the ordinary and finding the humor in it. although some of the people or events may be specific to the 70's, the sentiments still... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Harbaugh