Don't Put Lipstick on the Cat!

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WindRiver Publishing, Inc., 2003 - Humor - 227 pages
The only thing funnier than watching your husband build a play set out of household appliances or returning the video to the library and the library book to the video store is realizing that you've done all these things yourself. Laughter truly is the best medicine!


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Debbie Farmer was born in San Francisco, California. . . . She spent most of her life living in the Bay Area and graduated from Tennyson High School in Hayward in 1984. . . . She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of California, Santa Cruz.Shortly after graduating, she decided to . . . go back to college . . . . In 1990 she received a California teaching credential and has . . . taught elementary school for over 13 years.Debbie launched her syndicated column Family Daze in 1996, after finding out that other people with children also got kicked out of nice restaurants. . . .From once-a-month publications in the local Mother's Club newsletter, her columns moved to appearing bimonthly in the Oakley Gazette. Then . . . they moved to appearing weekly in the Contra Costa Times, a paper with a much larger circulation.After self-syndicating Family Daze for a few years, Oasis Newsfeatures Syndicate picked up the column and it now reaches over 400,000 readers in over 40 newspapers.In 1999 Family Daze won Honorable Mention in the National Society of Newspaper Columnists annual contest. . . . In 2002, Debbie's column was instrumental in helping Pittsburgh Parent Magazine win a Gold metal in humor writing from the Parenting Publications of America.Her publishing credits include: Reader's Digest, Family Fun Magazine, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, Christian Parenting Today, Sunset Publications, Chicken Soup For The Mother's Soul II, Chicken Soup For The Gardener's Soul, Chocolate For A Woman's Courage, Life's A Stitch (with authors such as Erma Bombeck and Gloria Steinam) and in hundreds of parenting magazines in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.

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