I Remember Nothing: And Other Reflections

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'Old friends? We must be. You're delighted to see me. I'm delighted to see you. But who are you? Oh, my God you're Ellen.I can't believe it...I'd like to suggest that the reason I didn't recognize you is that you've done something to your hair, but you've done nothing to your hair...What you've actually done is gotten older. I don't believe it. You used to be my age, and now you're much, much older than I am. You could be my mother.' If there is any solace in growing older, it is that you will find yourself snorting with ...

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Maria A

Jun 25, 2012

Funny. She makes the aging process both funny and sad. Loved it.

bookworm70

Sep 8, 2011

As always, she's hilarious.

I've never been disappointed in a Nora Ephron book, and this one was no exception. It was funny, informative, believeable, and interesting.

adelyn

Jan 27, 2011

This audio book was given as a gift to a friend of mine. She drives for hours at a time with her job and listening to books is a great entertainment for her - better than road noise! She very much enjoyed this book and wants more!

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