All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Stuck Out the Car Window

All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Stuck Out the Car Window

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by Ms Teresa Fritschi
     
 

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All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Stuck Out the Car Window offers up a heaping plate of gratitude. In the best memoir fashion that is also part travel journal, Ms Fritschi plucks the ripe fruits of happiness from her own experiences as examples for all of us to embrace. All That I Need takes the reader on a wondrous journey of sensual discoveries first

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All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Stuck Out the Car Window offers up a heaping plate of gratitude. In the best memoir fashion that is also part travel journal, Ms Fritschi plucks the ripe fruits of happiness from her own experiences as examples for all of us to embrace. All That I Need takes the reader on a wondrous journey of sensual discoveries first made in childhood and imparts the wisdom of maintaining (or re-learning) the ability to be satiated with these small pleasures as we age and eventually face our own mortality. She successfully mixes the contents of Mary Poppins carpet bag with Tinkerbelle’s faery dust, the Boston Red Sox with ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, contemporary musical and literary references and learning to swim as an adult to shine a spot-light on the beauty and delights our lives are meant to be.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781105310539
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
12/13/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
98
File size:
428 KB

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All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Stuck Out the Car Window 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting memoir of a woman who is definitely not ordinary. Was a little disjointed at times
SMBeckTX More than 1 year ago
Too many grammatical, spelling and structural errors to stumble through. She even references "Ester Williams" and then tells young folks to do a Wiki search (if you're going to reference an American Icon, you better spell her first name correctly).  The author needs to hire another editor ASAP if she wants to continue writing.
keiku More than 1 year ago
The book overview really excited me, but the actual book was nothing as it was described. The writing seemed very self-indulgent, as if the author was the only one who would think her stories are funny or even mildly interesting. I did not want to waste the time it would take to finish this book (even though it is only 98 pages.... the boring content makes it seem much longer). I have promptly deleted it.
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*frowns* ive missed you. Too much.