Home Is Where the Wine Is: Making the Most of What You've Got One Stitch (and Cocktail!) at a Time
Health Communications, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 201 pages
The first horseman of the apocalypse is undoubtedly the Internet personal ad. I am not sure why every single one of them is some variation of:
Balding, Paunchy, Twice-Divorced, Unemployed Male Seeks Independently Wealthy Supermodel for No-Strings-Attached fun. Nonsmokers only.
She's Back, and edgier than ever. In her debut narrative, Drunk, Divorced, & Covered in Cat Hair, blogger extraordinaire Laurie Perry, aka 'Crazy Aunt Purl,' gave women everywhere a hilarious yet heartfelt glimpse into her misadventures as a recent divorcee with a herd of cats, a slight wine and Cheetos problem, and scores of unfinished and uneven knitting projects.
Now, in her second installment, she's no longer drunk-dialing her ex. She is well on her way to divorce recovery and has embraced a new-found philosophy: To make the best out of the 'extra odd bits'—both in knitting and in life. Discovering how she accomplishes this will make you laugh and cry as she navigates new territory, from dating in a weird, wired world to vacationing solo for the first time. On the cusp of the big four-O, she ventures to the most exotic, foreign locations—the gym, a therapist's office, a self-tanning emporium— on a search for enlightenment and happiness in— where else?—downtown Los Angeles.
• Island Beach Bag
Over a dozen knitting recipes included with photos!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - csyb - LibraryThing
I love Crazy Aunt Purl, y'all. Love. Her. And I want to love her books. But...while I thought this book captured more of the magic that is her blog than did the first, it still wasn't all the way ... Read full review
Review: Crazy Aunt Purl's Home Is Where the Wine Is: Making the Most of What You've Got One Stitch (and Cocktail!) at a TimeUser Review - Nicole - Goodreads
I wanted to like this since I do sometimes enjoy Perry's blog, but I ended up finding it boring. There wasn't nearly enough knitting content. I guess that's the part of the blog I relate to best. I haven't read her first book, and based on this one I probably won't. Read full review