Friday, January 27, 2012

REVIEW: MEMOIRS OF A MOM ON THE EDGE (PART 1) by Elizabeth Loan

My Review:

I love when I get introduced to a book that makes my day better because I am reading it.  A book that I cannot wait to find a quiet moment to read it.  Well, that is definitely the case of Memoirs of a Mom on the Edge (Part 1)

I have to admit that some of my favorite books of all time address motherhood, family, love and life in a humorous fashion.  I will be adding Memoirs of a Mom on the Edge to my favorites list because it has everything I love in a great read and more!  There are lessons in Loan's funny, and sometimes serious, stories.  I went from laughing so hard while reading about the grosses things women have to clean to feeling so grateful that Loan is an advocate for children with Asperger's.  Loan's natural sense of humor shines, while she talks about issues and situations woman relate to.  I cannot wait for Part 2 and plan to check out Loan's other books.  I HIGHLY recommend Memoir of a Mom on the Edge Part 1.  So many books...so little time so, "OOSE WIS" my friends...check out her book to see what that means :)     


Memoirs Of A Mom On The Edge (Part)



Product Description:
Ever wondered how men develop temporary blindness when there are dirty dishes in the sink or children covered in goo? Ever questioned the legitimacy of stretch marks and saggy breasts as “badges of motherhood?” Ever cursed cottage cheese for its bland taste and resemblance to the cellulite hiding on the back of your thighs (how does consuming a food that looks like cellulite banish it?)? “Memoirs of a Mom on the Edge,” scrutinizes the conventional wisdom of ‘everything female’. Using her own life as a springboard, Loan takes on all the taboo topics, leaving no stone unturned. Welcome to the wonderful world of womanhood, Elizabeth Loan style. Buckle up, ladies. It’s going to be one helluva ride.


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