Reflections on a Middle-Aged Fat Woman is the thoughts, happenings and remembrances of a 40ish-year-old pleasantly plump woman that is slightly off-center, sings slightly off-key and is just slightly off her rocker. The MA Fat Woman is not glamorous, (although she desires to be) and is not an announcer for her local radio station (though she used to be). What is she? She is an underemployed, slightly psychotic, hopefully optimistic individual that appreciates a good story, hearty laughs and great conversations. Join her as she takes a stroll down memory lane and beyond dispensing her unique sayings and made-up words while keeping a firm grasp on what is really important: Cincinnati-style Chili and Herr's Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips.
The laughs continue in this sequel to the best-selling Reflections On A Middle-Aged Fat Woman. In Scrunchie-fried the author shares stories on everyday life, bad haircuts, family interactions and everything in between. This compilation of stories provides continued proof that life is full of joy, surprises and unexpected twists. The author's unique gift for storytelling draws in and captivates the reader by laughing at life's experiences along the way. Join her on this fun and entertaining romp as she continues in this crazy thing called life and you, too, may find yourself Scrunchie-fried.
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