From Wendy Parker, Overdrive:
I’ll be 50 years old on the 25th of January, and while it hasn’t always been a smooth ride, I’ve had a pretty good run thus far. I really can’t complain about much more than I already do, and I still have all my fingers, so life is pretty good.
I’ve noticed lately, however, that I read or hear things and think, “Who is really that stupid?” a lot more than I did when I was younger, and admittedly, less experienced. Here’s something I’ve learned: You have to do a lot of stupid things to learn enough to ask that question with any authority, so don’t be so smug when you ask it.
If you enjoy Wendy’s articles and like to laugh, I highly recommend her book 100,000 Miles of Crazy: Adventures from the road with George and Wendy. I laughed from page one through every page until the end. She has a remarkable sense of humor!
You can also check out her newest book, This may be a filthy lie …: Another road trip adventure with George and Wendy