Jayne alerted me to this review Tara Marie posted on her site, and I just wanted to make sure all my relatives were alerted to it, too. Read it carefully, especially the part about “wonderfully witty” where you can linger quite a while if you like, but go all the way down to her random thoughts. Where you will see, I hope, that other perfectly normal people agree with me about the mayonnaise and chicken and also about the 11-year-olds and cranes. (Although, to be honest, I must admit that it never occurred to me there was anything out of the ordinary about the 11-year-old and cranes until I saw it from Sébastien’s perspective. After all, it’s not like she just got thrown behind the controls of a crane on her 11th birthday. She had been practicing for a couple of years before then.)
I’m just pointing it out. It is not one of “Laura’s little quirks” to worry about these things.
And I’m sure, if she had had the time, she could have noted a lot of other things about me that were normal. A whole long list even. She probably could have gone on forever about all the ways I was and am right and normal during Blame It on Paris, except maybe she was too busy. She is a Mom, after all. Moms are always busy.