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A collection of essays on life, love and family as only Philip Wooldridge can pen them. He learns why comedy should be tactful. He works at a variety of jobs, and he discovers the down side of childhood competition. He finds ways to avoid marital conflict, bring the best out of chaotic holidays, and find contentment in the midst of turmoil. Normal? Perhaps not, but always humorous and heartfelt.

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