A collection of really funny, ironic, slice-of-life vignettes originally published as newspaper columns in the Philadelphia Inquirer. I haven't ever read any of Scottoline's novels, but the wit and dry humor of the observations in this book has intrigued me. I'll take a look at her novels now.
She has really captured some of the joys and pitfalls of being a woman of a 'certain age'. She is firmly caught in the middle between a daughter who just graduated from college and an 83 year-old mother who lives in Miami with her brother Frank. It was a fun light read that made me smile or chuckle at least once while reading each column.
Great book to listen to in the car. Laugh out loud funny on the challenges we all face growing older, kids getting older, dating in your 50's and exploring new things. Get ready to laugh or find humor in your own junior moments.