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I laughed out loud and, at other times, had tears in my eyes while reading this book.
That this story can be told with humor, honesty and grace is a tribute not only to Kelly Corrigan the person but to Kelly Corrigan the writer.
It is a book that makes you think, makes you feel and alters the way you see the world.
I enjoyed the actual story, but was disappointed with the amount of swearing. If the language was confined to only parts about cancer I might have had less of an issue.Published 1 month ago by Bethel Willingham
I enjoyed this book which is strange to say since the topic, cancer, is filled with sadness. But this story is really about family and relationships and how they shape and support... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan Feige
I am not very prolific in reviews but I loved this book. It resonated on so many levels as a mother of young children and as a child of an aging parent I adore.Published 4 months ago by G Harms
I appreciated this book, but sadly cannot share it with friends and family. Kelly uses the 'F word' too, too freely. Read morePublished 5 months ago by luddymom
This book touched my heart. I truly like Kelly Corrigan and would love to have her as a friend. I like that she has such a great relationship with her dad. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JTO
This book is an easy read--I read it in one sitting. The story is told using simple narrative and dialog style in first person from Kelly's PoV. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Illinoiswordgirl
I wish Greenie was my dad! What a wonderful world it would be if we all had him in our lives.Published 8 months ago by Nancy Dorin
Sounded good, but I never really got into it. It may have gotten better, but I set it aside in favor of another book.Published 10 months ago by Carol
Kelly Corrigan is certainly more than a housewife with laptop! With wit and tenderness she shares her journey battling cancer and gives us the gift of a trip home to wooded lane to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jennifer Hix