Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg is Kathie Lee Gifford's triumphant laugh-out-loud celebration of forging ahead with gusto, even long after we're old enough to know better. Age, after all, isn't a number, it's a state of mind, and being fertile isn't just about having babies, it's about being passionate and creative. Writing with the candor of a friend who knows where the bodies are buried, Kathie Lee reveals the truth every woman of a certain age knows but won't admit: that we love our kids every second of every day but are counting the minutes till they're ready to go off to college, that even though gravity is a constant force, not all parts of our bodies droop at the same rate, and that life and show business share one simple rule: "Don't sit by the phone and wait for a man or a job." Full of warmth, humor, and down-to-earth wisdom, this wonderful book is a delectable read for grown-ups of all ages.
About the Author
Kathie Lee Gifford is the Emmy-winning co-anchor of the fourth hour of NBC s popular "Today "show. She has also written several "New York Times "bestselling books, including "I Can t Believe I Said That "and "Just When I Thought I Dropped My Last Egg". Kathie Lee devotes much of her time to humanitarian work, lending her support to several organizations, including Childhelp and the Association to Benefit Children (ABC).
“From her head down to her gnarly (no longer!) toes, Kathie Lee is pure dame. And she’s served up a cocktail of wit and wisdom with a decidedly salty rim!” —Meredith Vieira
“I’ve been through a couple of calamities with Kathie Lee and nobody handles them better. You could blow her up, cook her and hang her out to dry and she will still survive and have some laughs doing it.” —Regis Philbin
“Kathie Lee has always entertained me with her humor, wry wit, and penchant for pinpointing all of our very human foibles with great accuracy and hilarity. Now she does it again. This charming memoir filled with amusing anecdotes about herself and her family, friends, and colleagues brought a smile to my face but also touched me. Her insight is as remarkable as she is.” —Barbara Taylor Bradford