Here’s a nice post from an Aging Review regular. It’s about sisters, and moms, and books — some of my favorite topics.
“I was thinking about you in Germantown this weekend. I was reading a book by Nora Ephron ‘I Feel Bad About my Neck’. Nina bought this for our mom a couple of years ago and I’m not even sure if she ever read it – I hope she did. It’s a wonderful series of short essays on being a woman and aging and life. Have you read it? Everyone should – love Nora Ephron. She was amazing.
The book made me think of your blog and the people you write about and pay tribute to. I love Nora Ephron’s open, non-sugar coated way of looking at life.
I was inspired to read it when I heard Delia Ephron on the radio – seems to run in the family!!”
As a matter of fact, Amy, I have read, and so has Alexandra, my sister.
A cute picture of the Ephron sisters, no? And for anyone interested in hearing more about Nora, there was a lovely tribute piece in the New Yorker.