The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted
And Other Small Acts of LiberationLarge Print - 2008
Exhilarating short stories of women breaking free from convention
Every now and then, right in the middle of an ordinary day, a woman rebels, kicks up her heels, and commits a small act of liberation.
What would you do, if you were going to break out and away? Go AWOL from Weight Watchers and spend an entire day eating every single thing you want–and then some? Start a dating service for people over fifty to reclaim the razzle-dazzle in your life–or your marriage? Seek comfort in the face of aging, look for love in the midst of loss, find friendship in the most surprising of places?
Imagine that the people in these wonderful stories–who do all of these things and more–are asking you: What would you do, if nobody was looking?
From the Hardcover edition.
Baker & Taylor
An anthology of short fiction explores the lives of women breaking free of the convention that controls their lives, in a collection that includes the title story about a woman who goes on a happiness binge after ditching Weight Watchers.
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What does she expect? That her children will one day come to her with a long list of things for which they finally want to thank her? No. They will not do that. Nor will they come to her with a long list of slights. She will hide her list and they will hide theirs.
Every day, take a walk unless you are too tired or it's cold out. Do not pass grocery stores. Or bakeries. Or restaurants. Basically, walk in the woods and worry that someone will kill you for recreational sport before you've even come close to your target weight.
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