It's Always Darkest Before the Fridge Door Opens: Enjoying the Fruits of Middle Age
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It's Always Darkest Before the Fridge Door Opens: Enjoying the Fruits of Middle Age

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Top humor writers Martha Bolton and Phil Callaway put their signature humorous spin on middle age.
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Published October 1st 2006 by Bethany House Publishers
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Paula Hrbacek
I ran into an old friend that I hadn’t seen in a long time the other day. She asked me what’s new. I told her that my mother had gotten sick, I was first responder, then she died and I was the executor. Then I told her why both of my brothers are now angry with me. She responded by saying “Paula, I asked for the news, not a soap opera.”
It’s been a long year, and I’m just plain worn out. The last few books I’ve reviewed have been self-help books that didn’t help me all that much. Then I saw “It’s...more
Rachel Lubow
This book contains humor, several strong lessons, and sincere wisdom. Unfortunately, it also contains many Christian cliches. Using critical reading, you can enjoy and learn from this book.
Pam
This book has it's funny moments and serious moments. And I think that's the way the authors intended. It's thought provoking, none the less. This a refreshing read in the land of shallow books that promise if you follow steps 1,2, and 3 you'll have a happy life. This book gives the joy and glory where it belongs - to God.
Janelle
3 1/2 really. There was a lot of encouragement in this book, but I didn't always connect with the humour.
Jenni
Not as funny as I expected, but certainly had its moments.
Lorna
Very humorous and uplifting
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