This hilarious book invites you to sit down and share dinner with the Morans, a family of ten children, and after dinner to share in the familyas pranks and crises. You will walk the streets of Carmel, Indiana, a quiet, small town, visit its shops, and meet its neighborly people. Along the way, you will learn what it was like growing up in a large family in a small town during the 1950s and 1960s. Whimsical and, at times, knee-slapping tales guide you through childhood, teen years, early adulthood, and beyond. You get a peek at family dynamics and the struggles of an insecure boyas first encounters with romance. You also learn what it was like to be a journalist, a government economist, a parent, and a golf fanatic. The stories are warm, touching, and always funny. The people you meet, mostly based on the authoras siblings, are friendly and fun-loving. The situations, based on real events and family lore, will keep you laughing. The author helps you see life through humoras prism.Has there ever been something around your home that needed repairing, and you thought, Fixing that will be a simple job. ... by Home Depot, Lowea#39;s, some TV shows, and wives, who say such encouraging things as, aLarry, when are you going to fix that leaky faucet? ... faucets, fixing the works in toilet tanks, and many other such jobs, I learned that I still didna#39;t know everything about bathroom repair.
|Title||:||Laughing through Life|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2015-07-29|