In Heaven There’s No Money, No Stuff—and No Porta-Potties
Coping with Life’s Aggravations by Finding the Funny
Mary Ann’s first collection of humorous essays are tongue-in-cheek views of her everyday observations and quirky experiences. The pages are filled with anecdotes about her fear of hummingbirds, the burial of the family cat in a cardboard box decorated with her son's Grateful Dead pencil drawings, and her concern that, because of her unphotogenic smile, she won't have enough decent photos for the obligatory collage at her funeral. Surviving an interstate move after retirement, with all its challenges and four adult children weighing in, gave her much fodder to write about.
Read and smile!
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