And Other Thoughts On Being A Woman by Nora Ephron
I borrowed this audio book from my sister Framed after she reviewed it. Framed is 5 years younger than me so I'm sure she laughed more than me because some of this stuff hasn't hit her as hard. I say, "Just wait. Just wait!"
Actually, I don't remember crying once, but I did laugh a lot. This book is truly funny even though it is mostly true. I was amazed at that Nora Ephron and I had so much in common when our life styles are polar opposites. That's what age does to us. It's the great unifier.
This is a wonderful book to listen to as the author reads it and she is sarcastic, matter-of-fact and frank.