Very good book... told in the form of emails sent through an email loop. I could totally relate to one of the characters. Though the group moderator really got on my nerves.
This book has STRONG christian overtones.
I so loved this book. I didn't think I would because it's set up to read like emails but I read it so fast because it was sooo good!
For the members of a stay-at-home-mom's email loop, lunch with friends is a sandwich in front of the computer. But where else could they discuss things like....
Success:Her workaholic husband is driving Dulcie Huckleberry around the bend. It's hard to love someone in sickness and in health when he's never home!
Art:Let the children express themselves, opines artistic Zelia Muzuwa, and then her son's head gets stuck inside a kitty scratching post.......
Health:Surely aches and pains are normal in an active little boy, yet those of soccer-mom Jocelyn Millard's son don't seem to be going away.
Motherhood:Teen-mom-turned-farmer's-wife Brenna Lindberg can deal with the mud and the chickens, but what about her husband's desire for a child of his own?
Indiscretions:However youthful, they can come back to haunt you, learns pastor's wife Phyllis Lorimer.
AMends:These could stand to be made between officious list moderator Rosalyn Ebberly and her pampered sister, Veronica. Perhaps the other SAHM I AMers can teach these two something about sisterhood.
Very cute book. A fun read especially if you've ever belonged to an e-mail group.
I loved this book.I hated to see the book end.Very funny.I have the next book @Home for the Holidays here to read.
A Wonderful book full of real life friendships and real life internet relationships.
I enjoyed this. Definetely could relate to some of the Mom moments! There were many times I LOL! Mostly because I am on several email loops and internet groups and could just picture the scenario in my mind. It was refreshing to read a book by an author from the city right next to me, so many places I am familiar with were mentioned so I felt connected.
Hilarious! A group of women, scattered across the country, keep their sanity through a listserv dedicated to stay-at-home moms. This page-turner follows their lives through their email correspondence. The story has a Christian flavor to it, but it's not overwhelming.
A hilarious book for anybody that has ever spent time online with a group! Very fun read!
This book was easily read. It is set in the format of emails about a SAHM group. Very relateable and fast paced.
I liked format - it made for a fun, quick read.
This is such a great book! I red it in 2 days - couldn't put it down!
lighthearted fiction about the members of a Stay at home moms' e-mail loop.
Very fun and entertaing book ... quick read.