Lisa’s review of Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith by Anne Lamott

I’ve asked my good friend Lisa to be a “guest blogger” on our website. She is extremely insightful and has a great way with words. Here is her first review:

I just finished reading Anne Lamott’s Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith. I’ve read several of her books and Anne Lamott is one of my favorite writers. She is open about being a recovering alcoholic and drug addict and often talks about her faith in God and the support of her church having saved her. Those who know me know I have a messy complicated relationship with religion and, if you start preaching to me, I’m gonna run the other way cringing. Do not let the title of her book or the subject matter put you off if you are in the same camp. She is folksy, funny, and down to earth. I tend at times to be loony and neurotic and my mind often takes off in this crazy not good direction and drags me along unwillingly for the ride. She is similar and finds humor in this wacky human tendency and manages to laugh at herself for it, all the while finding love and goodness in all the not always good situations of life and people. When I am off down a crazy tangent of a dark and deserted back alley filled with stinky dumpsters and scary stray cats lurking in the shadows, reading her always helps center me and makes me laugh… laughter always being the best medicine! If you’ve not read any of her books, I highly recommend them!

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One thought on “Lisa’s review of Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith by Anne Lamott

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