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Recently I met this wonderful lady at our local Pinch a Penny pool store. We had been to the store many times, but after reading her book I just had to go and meet this funny lady, and she is just as funny in person. Read this book for a good laugh, the kind when you are reading the book and you are laughing out loud.... and the husband looks at you with that look. You know the one!
Bobbi Erhart's story is not simply a humorous tale of grocery carts, customers and baggers. Many events on her life's journey would fell lesser women. But Ms. Erhart, like the mountains she loves, is always rising up. If you check the word "resilient" in the dictionary, you'll see Ms.Erhart's name. From her childhood in Michigan's wild and wooly upper peninsula to her later life in the Rocky mountains, the vagaries of nature play out in her outer and inner environments.
When she finds herself employed as a grocery store clerk, she sees that the checkout lane is really a microcosm of the larger society. Her customers run the gamut between the dualities of young and old, rich and poor, educated and illiterate, healthy and ill, happy and sad. Her insights and humor will reveal and delight, but her book doesn't end at the checkout lane.
For those of you who are Florida transplants, her story of moving from the mountains to the flatlands will ring true and have you nodding your head in agreement.
You can certainly read this book for enjoyment, but you may also be tempted to be a little more friendly to the checkout clerk at your grocery store. Who knows, you may end up in a book someday.
I LOVED Ms. Erhart's "straight-on" approach to life's everyday trials. She certainly found humor in them. She tells life like it is--through other people's eyes. I laughed. I cried. I certainly can relate. Just a really fun book to read, PLUS the recipes at the end are an added bonus. Can't wait for her next book to "hit the shelves".