FriesenPress, 2011 - 192 pages
True Life "Notables" happen to everyone, every day, all over the place. When the "Troubles" of life are embarrassing, awkward, or uncomfortable, Jennifer usually brags about them with a "Smile." Through humorous autobiographical anecdote adventures, she shares the mucky, sometimes messy mundane bits and pieces of her troubled yesterdays. A small number of fine folks wrote words about the "Troubles" they read-ahead of publishing time."It's like you're talking to me." "I'd buy the book!""I laughed at times until my sides hurt.""What a hoot! I especially liked the wet pants one.""I enjoyed story number one-the red thunderbird, the boots, and the tongue that never got a chance to lick! ...You have away of lighting up a room and making sour pickles like mesmile. That's special.""I laughed so hard reading your true life adventures. Maybebecause I know you a little, but I can just picture you doingthis stuff! Keep writing. My only complaint is that they aretoo short."
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