My buddy Deanna Adams has done gone and wrote herself a book, Confessions of a Not-S0-Good Catholic Girl, that takes a look at life through many mirrors, from the ones on the handlebar of a hog to the ones before her beautician's chair.
"Adams can be funny. (Her teen-theft tales are capped by a story about how she and her three friends all stole identical dresses and wore them to school the next day.) She can be poignant. (The saddest line: "The last time I saw my father I gave him 20 dollars.") She can be brutally honest. (Adams admits to pondering suicide while living in a self-imposed exile in California. A cat named Jaggers saves her life.)" --Lake County News Herald, March 8, 2009
So go buy a copy for yourself or the boomer chick in your life. If you'd like to meet Dee in person (she is a BLAST), get thee to the Mentor, Ohio Barnes and Noble this Saturday, March 14, where she'll be signing books from 1 to 3 p.m.
We now return you to your regular blog, already in progress.