Serving Gravy with a Slotted Spoon
In her book, Serving Gravy with a Slotted Spoon, Freda Gower Ward takes a witty and humorous approach to life's occurrences, lampooning herself and husband, Hal, in the offbeat telling of the happenings of everyday life. With over fifty chapters about frustrating, ridiculous and riotous subjects, the book is sure to please readers of all ages. The anecdotes about the refrigerator that's too full to close, the hypothetical investing fortune--and loss--forgetfulness (my brain's out for breakfast and isn't back yet), the brush, floss and rinse diet, egg on the floor, water saving toilets and more will hit you where you live.
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