Big Hair and Flying Cows

Big Hair and Flying Cows

by Dolores J. Wilson
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Big Hair and Flying Cows 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brilliant author. I've not laughed that hard in so long! We've been passing it around at work and everyone says the same thing. Its a Must read.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the funniest book I have ever read. I laughed out loud the whole time I was reading it. I recommend it for anyone needing a good laugh or someone wanting to read a southern book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Big Hair and Flying Cows has a cast of wacky characters that will keep you turning the pages to see what they'll do next. It's southern humor at its best. What a terrific read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Get ready to laugh yourself silly with this book. Getting a flying cow caught in her hair is the least of Bertie's problems. When you have a landlord that shows up unannouced in his birthday suite, a friend who measures your love life in hip height and everyone in the town of Sweet Meadow, GA using your tow truck as a taxi service, life can't be anything but very interesting. When Bertie gets run over by an airplane, it just adds the extra spice needed to make this one of the funniest book I've ever read. I laughed. I cried. If you think your life is crazy, you'll change your mind after sharing Bertie Byrd's adventures in Big Hair and Flying Cows.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Open Big Hair and Flying Cows to any page, any paragraph, or any sentence... I dare you not to laugh. Southern humor at its best! Dolores J Wilson's rich, delightful voice fills the pages of this debut novel. Poor Bertie Byrd only wants a normal life. But a black cloud of bad luck follows her around, making daily life anything but normal. Filled with vivid, enchanting characters, laugh-out-loud situations, and even a few poignant, emotional moments, Big Hair and Flying Cows makes you glad you're not Bertie and thrilled that she came alive in Dolores Wilson's imagination.
harstan More than 1 year ago
All Roberta ¿Bertie¿ Bird wants is to live a normal life. However that is not easy when you drive a two truck five days a week in which your neighbors in Sweet Meadow, Georgia think is a taxi service. They will do anything and everything to get their ride. Even moving out from her parents¿ home has not proven easy since the owner and previous resident elderly Pete Forney constantly sneaks out of the nursing home to ¿visit¿ Birdie when he is not trying to toss her out.--- She has males in her life, but none reach first base because the zany world intrude from Catch 22 zoning laws to running over a mattress that destroys her wrecker that places ¿Dirty Bird¿ on national TV. Following the death of Pete, Birdie meets Pete¿s son Arch and his granddaughter Petey; they make her feel normal except he fled when she kissed him. Life in Bertie¿s beloved rural Georgia means the sublime is the norm.--- BIG HAIR AND FLYING COWS is a series of vignettes centering loosely on a series of misfortune hammering at Bertie that is similar in many ways to the Mossy Creek tales. Bertie is a delight as her efforts to obtain normalcy is constantly devastated by those in need of her services. Her autobiographical account of s**t happens is southern humor at its most jocular. Mossy Creek readers will appreciate a slice of life in Sweet Meadow through the eyes of a native daughter who just wants the garage sign changed to Bird and daughter from Bird and Sons as she remains while her brothers flew the coop years ago.--- Harriet Klausner