Things I knew going into this book:
-I would laugh. Why wouldn’t I, Amy is a comedian by trade.
-I would learn about Amy’s life, family and career
Things I didn’t know going into this book:
-I would cry. And not tears of laughter crying. Real emotional, I wish I could hug you and help you get through this pain crying.
-I would feel empowered. Amy hits a ton of points on how as women we must learn to love ourselves over and over again. We can not depend on the media, other people of any outside forces really to give us that.
-How passionate Amy feels about gun control and how willing she is to use her position to educate and those of us who are not in the know.
At the end of this book I want to recommend it to all of my friends. It has left me with the feeling that I am not alone. We all contend with the same things and somehow hearing it or I suspect even reading it from another person’s genuine point of view makes me feel like it’s all okay and I am alright. Also, it’s okay to find a reason to laugh. Life doesn’t always have to be super serious.
The Random Thoughts: