Notebook: One Man's Take on Life, Love, and Costa Rican Pizza

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Sacramento Business Journal, Oct 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
This book collects the top newspaper columns by Lee Weddman, one of California's best undiscovered writers. He wrote about anything from family life to contemporary controversy with a wry heartfelt style.

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The best book I have ever read! I have read it too many times to count! I often pass along copies to my friends, because once I read it, I wanted my loved ones to get a chance to read it too. Lee Wessman's funny, smart, passionate, deep and full of heart; and it is shines through every page. The collection of articles was written over the coarse of 20 years and collectively serve almost as a memoir. It is a quick and easy read and you will enjoy every story and find yourself quickly going back to re read stories just to hear them one more time! At times thoughtful and wise, and at times wickedly funny, this treasure of a book is a look into the mind of a true forward thinker and the lives of the family that he so loved. Such a tragedy that he was taken from us so unexpectedly, this book was gathered after he was struck down with a brain aneurysm in 2002. I often turn to his passages when I need to gather perspective on life. His wisdom, thought provoking take on life, wry wit, and sharp writing makes this book a must read! 

Contents

Foreword
I Too Was Stupid Once 3
Yellow Jackets Take Over the World 44
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