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kick the ast couple of weeks and read this last night and today after watching the the ast couple of weeks and read this last night and today after watching the couple of weeks and read this last night and today after watching the of the same title roduced by uentin Tarantino Basically the book is just the stand up routine in text although it was interesting to see the ictures of Sweeney and her family that are included It was a uick read and not terrible but you d be better off listening to the This American Life episode in which clips from the stand up appearances dealing with this time in her life when her brother was dying of lymphoma and she was diagnosed with cervical cancer and her Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) parents and siblings were all living in her Hollywood bungalow because they are great and her delivery is just so funny and touching all at the same time I have no idea why I ve gone on so long with topics related to a book that came out almost ten years ago but there you go. Re Mike died Julia was diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer what Mike called her sympathy cancer and within days of burying her brother she underwent a radical hysterectomy beginning her own journey through the International House of CancerFrom these Job like travails Julia has written a remarkably funny and touching memoir about a family in extremis that manages toersevere with humor grace and love. ,
Free read God Said Ha A MemoirEney could make you laugh your ass off and while you re still doing that spring on you that her brother dies imagine jumping on a trampoline and you just jump off still doing that spring on you that her brother dies imagine jumping on a trampoline and you just jump off trampoline and I m in mid guffaw and then he dies Never before have I felt guilty for laughing but that s exactly what she wanted and I feel like her brother would have wanted so you could stop and ause and think about his life but then get right on laughing again Brilliant Honestly a great book to buy for anyone either going through cancer I have bought it for several Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns people or that has a family member going through it It s life there s not much else you can do about it except smile It is veryossible to laugh and cry at the same time I really really liked this book I have to remember that it s okay to laugh about the insanity of life especially the darkest arts of it I was on. Th Sweeneys Here she was sleeping on her ull out sofa bed while her father walked around his Walkman
On All Day Andall day and mother marveled at Julia's lack of such staples as stroganoff mixes Every day was spent bringing Mike to and from chemotherapy every evening watching Chicago Hope or ER Julia was now on seriously intimate terms with the eople she had spent half a lifetime growing up away fromJust weeks befo. Heartfelt deft and funny Sweeney manages to wring tears AND laughter in this bittersweet memoir Even when she s dealing with Big Issues like terminal illness and religion she s always frank never whiny or martyr like Best of all she manages to come out on the other side of some very very dark times with her sense of HUMOR INTACT AND A POSITIVE OUTLOOK I INTERVIEWED JULIA intact and a ositive outlook I interviewed Julia an article I m writing about how humor can be helpful when you re dealing with cancer This memoir is about her brother s battle with cancer she was his caregiver and then her own diagnosis of cervical cancer just a month before he died It s a uick read although not deep But the humor is there and that s what she was going for In fact the memoir came about after she did a stand up act about her family s battle with cancer Saw this on stage at the Magic theater in SF How Swe. 1995 was for Julia Sweeney a truly horrible year She got a divorce amicable bought a small bungalow in Hollywood and looked forward
to a life that said Here dwells a happily single young womanBut then the ax fella life that said Here dwells a happily single young womanBut then the ax fell younger brother Mike was diagnosed with terminal cancer and moved in with her Her arents came to be with Mike and moved in with her Suddenly her tiny bungalow for one was filled to the rafters wi.