A memoiristic collection that shines with quiet strength.
As Bourland perseveres through hardships and maintains her sense of humor throughout these essays, she remains emotionally accessible to readers, who may recognize themselves in her. In the end, the “ordinary” nature of the author’s story is its greatest asset.
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We who have enjoyed Bourland’s columns for decades are thrilled to finally have a book to remind us how funny and remarkable life can be in spite of challenges. Read it on a plane, take it to the beach or give it to your best friend.
If you loved Erma Bombeck, you’ll love Len Bourland. Both find nuggets of humor in the quotidien events of everyday family life. Take a trip down nostalgia lane. You’ll smile a lot as you cycle through Normal.
Clever snapshots of life told with wit and honesty by Bourland, the Southern woman who always gets through her spin cycles.