The vignettes are laid out in chronological order, and each one of them weaves a story about family members and imparts important lessons learned along the way. The Devil Wears Prada meets Tuesdays with Morrie in this heartfelt, humorous journey of a daughter coming to terms with her young mother's mortality, the strength she found in the example her mother set, and the hope they discovered together in the ladies' dressing room.
Readers will laugh through their tears and identify with the bond that every daughter has with her mother, and each mother with her daughter too. They will be transported to the dressy shoe floor at Neiman Marcus, the Trish McEvoy makeup counter at Henri Bendel's, and then back to the chemotherapy treatment room at Jefferson University Hospital. Lesser's story reminds us that it is the little moments that often hold the most meaning and memory.
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"In this delightful book, shopping becomes a metaphor for the journey through life during which generations of one family meet and celebrate life�s milestones and learn to face the inevitable grief of loss."--(Paula Deitz, Editor, The Hudson Review)
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Res 1 Map and Rules Res2 Parking lot Res3 bios Res4 Front desk. Res5 Sex rooms going from5-9 Res 10 Sex stories. Res11 main sex chat room Res12 bathrooms (men) Res13 (woman) bathrooms Res14 Dressing rooms (men) Res15 Womans dressing rooms RULES 1. Youre bio MUST contain youre looks, gender, and what size boobs you have or dick. 2. No cussing or meaness. You will be thrown out. 3. Friday nights are sex party nights. 4. If all the sex rooms are taken, you may use a dressing room WITH PERMISSON? Dont worry the rest of the reses Can be used as sex rooms and dressing rooms WITH PERMISSON! YOU HAVR TO ASK PERMISSON BEFORE YOU INQUORE SEX OR USE A SEX ROOM OR CHAT ROOM! 5. If you want a certain thing happening in a sex story or want to make up what happens post at story res. 6. More rules later.
This is a terrific, touching memoir by a great first-time writer. Lesser's remarkable stories of family shopping trips leap off the page with humor, warmth, and ultimately strength as the family holds together through tragedy. Really enjoyed it.