Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg: Life and Other Calamities

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Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg: Life and Other Calamities

Just When I Thought I d Dropped My Last Egg Life and Other Calamities As one of America s most recognized faces Kathie Lee Gifford has been a part of our morning routine for years than she cares to count And that s why it may come as a surprise to hear that there are s

  • Title: Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg: Life and Other Calamities
  • Author: Kathie Lee Gifford
  • ISBN: 9780345512062
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As one of America s most recognized faces, Kathie Lee Gifford has been a part of our morning routine for years than she cares to count And that s why it may come as a surprise to hear that there are still sides of this fiftysomething devoted mother and dedicated television personality yet to be revealed.Just When I Thought I d Dropped My Last Egg is Kathie Lee sAs one of America s most recognized faces, Kathie Lee Gifford has been a part of our morning routine for years than she cares to count And that s why it may come as a surprise to hear that there are still sides of this fiftysomething devoted mother and dedicated television personality yet to be revealed.Just When I Thought I d Dropped My Last Egg is Kathie Lee s triumphant, laugh out loud celebration of forging ahead with gusto, even long after we re old enough to know better Over the years, Kathie Lee has learned a lot about life and about herself Age, for instance, isn t a number, it s a state of mind, and being fertile isn t just about having babies Perhaps most important Our quality of life is sustained by our passions how we express, define, and even reinvent ourselves at any age, through our careers, interests, friends, and beliefs It s never too late to set new goals for yourself and strive to meet them, to dust off your childhood dreams and pursue them again, to wake up every morning hoping to learn something new In this riotous collection of musings, observations, and life lessons, Kathie Lee shares her thoughts about marriage, parenthood, friendship, faith, pet peeves, senior moments, and how to extricate oneself from potentially hairy situations with self deprecating wit Writing with the candor of a friend who knows where the bodies are buried, Kathie Lee reveals the truth every woman of a certain age knows but won t admit that we love our kids every second of every day but are counting the minutes till they re ready to go off to college, that even though gravity is a constant force, not all parts of our bodies droop at the same rate, and that life and show business share one simple rule Don t sit by the phone and wait for a man or a job Full of warmth, humor, down to earth wisdom, and than a little bit of dish, Just When I Thought I d Dropped My Last Egg is a delectable read for grown ups of all ages.

    Just When I Needed You Most Randy VanWarmer with lyrics Apr , Left me just when I needed you most Now most every morning, I stare out the window And I think about where you might be I ve written you letters that I d like to send If you would just send one Randy Vanwarmer Just When I Needed You Most HD HIGH Nov , Randy Vanwarmer reached the peak of his short lived career with a most beautiful ballad he wrote in , Just When I Needed You Most It reached No on the UK Singles Chart in September Randy Vanwarmer Just When I Needed You Most Lyrics Lyrics to Just When I Needed You Most by Randy Vanwarmer You packed in the morning, I stared out the window And I struggled for something to say You left Hank Williams Just When I Needed You Lyrics Genius Just When I Needed You Lyrics Just when I needed you, you left and went away You made my life so blue both night and day You left me here behind, with a troubled worried mind So broken Just When I Needed You Most lyrics RANDY VANWARMER Lyrics to Just When I Needed You Most by RANDY VANWARMER You packed in the morning and I Stared out the window and I Struggled for something to say You left in the rain Without closing the door I didn t stand in your way But I miss you than I George Jones Just When Lyrics AZLyrics Just when I thought I d found everything my everything was gone You know that ol lonesome world could buy it can sure make you cry Oh and a love I thought would last ah it s just now a thing of the past Just when love felt so right I found I was wrong there Just when I thought I d Just When I Needed You Most Background VanWarmer was inspired to write Just When I Needed You Most after his old car that he loved and used for years broke down on the way to work in Denver, Colorado and by a devastating breakup with a girlfriend he wrote the song six months after that breakup co writing it with Tony Wilson of the group Hot Chocolate two years before it became a hit. Air Supply Here I Am just When I Thought I Was Over You Lyrics to Here I Am just When I Thought I Was Over You by Air Supply Here I am, playing with those memories again And just when I thought time had set me Randy Vanwarmer Just When I Needed You Most Chords May , Verse A You packed in the morning, I Amaj stared out the window and I A struggled for something to D say You left in the rain without A closing the door E I didn t stand Quotes Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in Get all the details, meaning, context, and even a pretentious factor for good measure Quotes Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in

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    1. Terri on said:

      This was a very quick read. I've always liked Kathie Lee from the time she sang on Name That Tune. This book is like short essays on different subjects. I liked that it was written this way, because I could put it down while on vacation. Light and funny at times.

    2. Janet on said:

      What a pleasant surprise - Kathie Lee is a very good writer. This little impulse buy at the Dollar Store was laugh-out loud funny, poigniant, unapologetically blunt and a quick read. She writes about everything, and I mean everything, the passing of her father, the tragic deaths of her beloved pets, Regis, Hoda, her feet, her breasts (aka flopbags) and the struggle with her "so-called perfect" children. People who don't like her just want the juicy details about her husband's infidelity. To that [...]

    3. Debbie on said:

      I rated this book four stars. Is it one of the best books I've ever read? No. But if you take it for what it is, it's actually quite entertaining. It doesn't pretend to be great literature and there's no compelling story. It's just little bits of this and that from the mind of Kathie Lee Gifford, who happens to be a pretty funny woman.We get some glimpses into her life and some mentions of her Mom, husband, children, sister, and friends. But mostly it's just her observations and almost all of th [...]

    4. Ami Jo on said:

      LOVED this! I started watching Kathie Lee and Hoda a few years ago, after the View turned into a soap opera and I just stopped changing the channel after the Today Show on the weekdays I'm home mornings. I love the banter they have and that it honestly feels like you're watching 2 friends.So, just because I know Kathie Lee's been knocked around a bit, I wanted to read her book. Sure enough, lady has humor and faith that gives her strength and sees her through. She calls it like she sees it - whi [...]

    5. Amy Hillis on said:

      For some time now, I have been weak to Kathie Lee. Something about her mesmerizes me - maybe it's the long teeth or the unable-to-achieve-that-color-in-real-life hair. I am always hoping, I suppose, that she will finally share more dish on why she hated Gelman and I'd appreciate her imparting ANYthing revealing about her sweatshop scandals and her marriage. Sadly, I didn't get any new deets on that stuff. Additionally, she was not particularly enlightening about any subject matter, and what she [...]

    6. Judy Stasiak on said:

      I used to watch Regis and Kathie Lee, and now I catch Hoda and Kathie Lee some mornings, so when I saw this book I thought I would give it a try. The stories that she shared about life, touched me because any 40 something lady might find themselves in the same spot--any day of the week! I really liked Kathie Lee's perspective and how she can laugh with comments about the sagginess of certain parts of her body, yet make you want to cry when she talks about the declining health and eventual death [...]

    7. Rachel on said:

      I really enjoyed listening to this book on audio. She sang many of the songs that she wrote and really brought it to life. There were times when I laughed and cried. It is laden with emotional content in short clips. At some points it seemed like random tangents, letters, or thoughts with lots of PS notes at the end but this writing style really made you feel like you were getting a true sense of her personal way of thinking. She expresses challenges associated with acting, struggles as a writer [...]

    8. Cnelsonquilt on said:

      loved it so in reality a 4 1/2 star. i did not expect to like it that much. i really did not know that much about kathie lee gifford. she's a celebrity and that is not alot to recommend someone in my opinion. what do i know except too much hollywood can give everyone a bum rap. this is geared more for women and probably more for older women like myself. Devin you might not like it as much as i did. too much information on aging women. however as an aging woman i can appreciate it. the best part [...]

    9. Lisa on said:

      No, I'm not embarrassed to say I like Kathie Lee or that I read this book. She kept me company when I found myself a first-time mom all alone in my apartment with a newborn and no idea what I was doing. Kathie Lee had her first baby at the same time, and her stories of her parenting and her newborn kept me a bit saner and feeling not so alone. So yes, I like her and her book was completely entertaining. Read it for what it is, a fun book you can read in an afternoon, and if you're close to her a [...]

    10. Angela on said:

      Based on the ratings for this book, I can tell people enjoy it more when they listen to the audiobook, as I did. It's fun to hear Kathie Lee read the book, and I think it helped me understand her humor and tone better than if I'd read the paper version. I don't always agree with Kathie Lee but I admire how she puts herself out there with an opinion, and yet at the same time does not take herself too seriously. The book covers some heavy topics and some silly ones, and it all makes for a nice bal [...]

    11. Chris on said:

      You really have to like Kathie Lee, to enjoy this book at all. She narrates the audio version, and I have to say, she is very annoying. I used to love her, when she was with Regis, but now she is just too self-righteous. This book is about her life in antidotes. It would basically appeal to women over 50. did laugh at some parts but I think it would be better to just get the regular book, so you don't have to listen to her.

    12. Kathryn on said:

      I only picked up this book because I have had an odd fascination with Kathie Lee Gifford ever since I taught her niece 20 years ago. I have read Kathie Lee's autobiography "I Can't Believe I Said That" and I really liked it. But this book I didn't feel had much depth. Just a bunch of disconnected ramblings and lessons, some worth knowing, some not. It was "okay," and if you get it from a library (like I did), you'll be fine. But I wouldn't waste any money on this one.

    13. Kristy on said:

      Light, irreverant ramblings by the big mouth herself. I listened to an audio version read by the author (which I always prefer) and it included a little of her singing which I liked. I do think she has good intentions and clearly has lived an interesting life, but I can only barely stand it when she does her "voices"/impersonations of her children or other celebrities.

    14. Chicken Lit'er on said:

      Kathie Lee's book was a quick read but gave me insight, especially with regard to forgiveness and value of true friendship. This is a woman who is undeserving of all the negativity and hate she has received, as is evident in her turn-the-other-cheek mentality. Now I want to go back and read previous books she has written!

    15. Betsy on said:

      It was more like a blog than a book. But, she makes some good point and tells some cute stories. I liked it. I listened to the author read it on audiobook, and her reading style sometimes got annoying. But, overall, I enjoyed it, and it make the time pass quickly when I was driving or doing dishes.

    16. Angie on said:

      Kathie Lee is just plum HILARIOUS! I was laughing out loud (in my car, b/c I listened to the book on CD) she has great insight into life's events, and shares it with crazy laughter! LOVED this one!

    17. Veronica on said:

      I have to put the disclaimer out there that I actually really enjoy Kathie Leed if you really enjoy her, you'll really enjoy this book! It's pretty funny in parts and you get to see that she has a raunchier side that she can't let out much on morning TV.Fun, easy, funny, quick read! :-)

    18. Pam on said:

      This was a fun book. Of course, I like Kathie Lee; there are many who don't and perhaps they wouldn't enjoy it as much. Little essays from her life and I could hear her voice the whole time. Very fast read!

    19. Bridget on said:

      This was a fun book probably because I am getting older. I thought her humor about her personal experiences was really funny. Her writing reminded me of Erma Bombeck writings that my mom (and everyone else mom's of the 1970's)read.

    20. Mary Johnson on said:

      I enjoyed hearing Kathie Lee Gifford read--and sing. She has a wonderful enthusiasm in the audio version. Her stories were interesting, but too often had Hallmark feel-good everything's-going-to-turn-out-all-right-no-matter-what endings that felt sometimes gratuitous.

    21. Lisa Gregor on said:

      Fun lessonettes written in Kathie Lee style (witty, satirical, semi-obnoxious but still light) and short chapters make this a good bedtime or travel book. Kathie Lee fans will enjoy, nonfans should probably skip it.

    22. Bridget on said:

      I really like Kathie Lee but this book was just some nonsense reading that I wanted to read. It was funny. There were some very funny stories of her life But like I said I wanted to read a funny book.

    23. Betsy on said:

      This book was very vanilla and only the most surface account of KLG.

    24. Mollie on said:

      it was a cute book, easy read. she's pretty funny and has a good outlook on life i enjoyed it. also made me look at her in a different light. in a good way of course.

    25. Jenny on said:

      I've always been a fan, so this was a fun read for me. I love her insight, and wit. A bright, funny look at life and how to stay optomistic in today's world.

    26. Dkfrancis5 Francis on said:

      Funny, light reading. She's a ham with some truly profound insights, actually!

    27. Donna Lyn on said:

      if Kathie Lee blogged, this would be her blog.random essays on life and aging, and some funny jokes. she's got a good heart and a sick mind. :)

    28. Carol Leashefski on said:

      I loved this book! I happen to love Kathie Lee. There is plenty of humor and fun

    29. Linda on said:

      I like Kathy Lee but don't think I know much more about her after reading this.

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