Husbands, Hot Flashes, And All That Hullabaloo!: Menopausal Musings from a Midlife Mama

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iUniverse, 2006 - Humor - 196 pages
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"Husbands, Hot Flashes, and All That Hullabaloo! is filled with humorous stories that every woman will relate to. Fun from beginning to end, this is one of those giggle 'til dawn, can't-put-it-down, stay-up-all-night treats. But don't read it in bed - you'll wake your husband!"
-Marsha Jordan, author of Hugs, Hope, and Peanut Butter

Vicky DeCoster, award-winning humor writer and author of The Wacky World of Womanhood, will have you laughing out loud at the realities of life as a middle-aged woman as she takes you on a hilarious hormonal journey. Any woman tackling the second act of her life can relate to DeCoster's humorous personal essays as she makes fun of matrimony malfunctions, female fervor, corporate craziness, parenting pandemonium, and aging anatomies. This new-age Erma Bombeck entertains readers with her comical anecdotes on dieting with her husband, the roller coaster of emotions that accompany trying on swimming suits after the age of forty, and the unwelcome neuroses that often occur during parenthood. Husbands, Hot Flashes, and All That Hullabaloo! will leave you with the comforting thought that life is too funny to take seriously!

"Any woman who has experienced hormones, children, or a man in her life will LOVE this book. Vicky DeCoster's gift for laugh-out-loud storytelling is sensational, timeless, and right on. You'll be giggling long after you finish the book. Husbands, Hot Flashes, and All That Hullabaloo! is destined to become a classic!"
-Pam Crooks, Harlequin Romance Author

Vicky DeCoster
www.wackywomanhood.com

 

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Contents

Football Frenzy Schnooky Buns
3
Zipadeedoodah Santa Goes AWOL
37
Frick and Frack Billy Goat Hairs
73
Working with Monkeys
105
It Aint Over Til Its Over Uterus
129
Pet Peeves Squid
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About the Author
175
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