It took some time to get used to Bob’s style of writing/thinking as he drifts when telling stories. As a result my mind did it’s on bit of drifting so I can’t say I was always paying strict attention. Bob suffered a lot of heartache at a young age. Lots of loss in his family. You will not be surprised that humor is the way he got through that loss. We learn about the terrifying birth of his daughter, his many wonderful friendships and his perspective now that he is an older man. I connected a lot more with the later part of the book and his old man ramblings.
In the end I feel like Bob values friends, values family, and feels like he has had some incredible experiences in life that he knows not everyone gets to have.
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