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This experience spooked me badly, but I thought it was just an apparition born of fear and self-loathing and booze and loss of blood. But then everywhere I went I had the feeling that a little cat was following me, wanting me to reach down and pick it up, wanting me to open the door and let it in. But I knew what would happen: you let a cat in one time, give it a little milk and then it stays forever.Whether she's writing about airplane turbulence, bulimia, her "feta cheese thighs," or consulting God over how to parent her son, Lamott keeps her spirituality firmly planted in solid scenes and believable metaphors. As a result, this is a richly satisfying armchair-travel experience, highlighting the tender mercies of Lamott's life that nudged her into Christian faith. --Gail Hudson
Ok, I am not finished reading this, but I am not really impressed. It's like Christian memoir light. The details are missing. Read morePublished 8 days ago by J Fertitta
I love that she doesn't sugar coat things; she lets you know how difficult living a life of faith can be. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Nicole M Plainte
I love Anne Lamott. This is a great follow-up read to her first novel, Hard Laughter.Published 1 month ago by tidy little chicken
What beautiful images that become rafts of emotion on which you can float for a good while and relax after a hard day.Published 1 month ago by John Doyel
Parts I really liked and parts I was bored. There was an uneveness about it. I couldn't quite get a handle on her character.Published 2 months ago by Columbia Reader