Nora Ephron is a woman I have a lot of respect for. She wrote my favorite movie of all time, When Harry Met Sally. I adore that movie and watch at least one per month much to my husband's chagrin (but I digress).
I had no idea that she wrote books, so I surprised when I found this book while trying to find something yellow for a reading challenge that I'm in.
This book was funny, witty, and sometimes absurd but it was all true. It was so spot on in the about aging as a woman. I've been trying to do it with grace but sometimes I wish that I could have appreciated the way everything on body stayed where it was supposed to in my twenties. I was so worried about being perfect then that I didn't really appreciate that I was perfectly me.
Ms. Ephron eloquently described a lot of the things we go through as we age (although I couldn't relate to all of them yet), and I really appreciated her humorous and witty commentary. But, I will say that now I will probably be spending a lot of time looking at my neck...