Have you ever battled a spouse who is trying to stop global warming by turning the thermostat down to an "arctic wasteland" setting? Or sent a child to sleepover camp without a single pair of underwear decent enough to get hit by a car in? If you find yourself talking to your GPS, trying to shoulder-shimmy in Zumba class, or praying that you can get through another Thanksgiving without a repeat of the legendary Salmonella Bird of 1997, you know what it's like to be carrying "The Mother Load."A collection of the most popular humor columns that Nancy Crochiere wrote for The Daily News of Newburyport, Massachusetts, over a 15-year period, The Mother Load is a hysterical look at family life in the 21st century.
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About the Author
Nancy Crochiere has been an editor and writer since sometime before the earth started to cool. She has written magazine and newspaper articles, children's detective stories, and highly creative notes excusing her daughters for being tardy to school. Her popular humor column, "The Mother Load," ran in The Daily News of Newburyport from 1997 to 2011, and from 2006-2008, it also appeared in North Andover's The Eagle-Tribune. She lives in Amesbury, Massachusetts.