Advice, Aging Gratefully Dispatches, Fam Fiction, and a Commode Read.
From the famous quote, “Arise good humor. Thou hast given me a joust of moral flavor.” Sir Wellington of Argyle, the discoverer of a heavy beef dish and a sock for golfers.
Here at Good Humor, you can take a break from the world, politics, grab a coffee and a giggle. At Good Humor I offer robust advice, dispatches from the point of view of a self-proclaimed funny Jewish American part-time-princess from the Valley, with two grown kids and a hubby who achieves a Zen state while mowing the lawn. You will also be the first to read my work in progress novel. To close out the month you will find a bizarre piece of news with an entertaining analysis.
Here's What You Get Every Wednesday:
1. Good Advice—I’m almost 60. I know a few things.
2. Aging Gratefully; A giggle-worthy essay from my durable marriage, family, or life. Here’s a sample.
3. How To Train Your Human; sink into my new novel (in progress) chapter every month for your eyes only. The story of a family as told by their dog.
4. Commode Read; A bizarre news piece with an entertaining breakdown. Like this.
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Why this newsletter?
I was an actor, had my 15 minutes of fame when I guest starred twice on Seinfeld, wrote, and starred in an award winning one woman show and I miss entertaining! I also love bringing people together in the comments section.
My dog, Apollo is my muse.
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