Mama, Get the Hammer! There's a Fly on Papa's Head!

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Word Pub., 1994 - Humor - 179 pages
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Laughter laced, reality based, and just a little bit off the wall, this book is vintage Barbara Johnson - a gift of hilarity and hope from America's queen of encouragement.

Barbara Johnson has staked her life and her ministry on the healing power of a positive outlook. But here she zeroes directly in on the therapeutic benefit of a smile, a giggle, and a good, old-fashioned belly laugh. She insists that laughing in the face of adversity is not a form of denial, but a proven tool for managing stress, coping with pain, and maintaining hope. And to prove her point, she presents this funnybone-tickling, heart-touching laugh manual - packed with hard-earned wisdom...and custom designed to nudge you (giggling) down the road to positive living

If you're already a Barbara Johnson fan, you know the difference her down-to-earth-but-zany approach can make. You've learned to decorate hats with geraniums, splash joy in cesspools, and keep your gloomees packed in boxes - and you're more than ready for a new adventure. If you've never heard or read Barbara's books, you're in for a treat. Either way, this book will put a humor hammer in your hand - and a delighted smile on your face.

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Barbara Johnson's books always cheered me up and helped me get back on track when life happens. Read full review

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Contents

Some Days Youre the Pigeon Some Days Youre
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Yesterday Is Experience Tomorrow Is Hope
65
Cast Your Bread upon the Waters and It Will Come
87
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About the author (1994)

Barbara Johnson has sold more than five million books, including Plant a Geranium in Your Cranium, Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death, and Stick a Geranium in Your Hat and Be Happy. Founder of the non-profit Spatula Ministries, she delivers comforting, humor-filled messages across the country as a popular conference speaker and part of the "Women of Faith" tour. She and her husband live in LaHabra, California.

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