[[ Reading ]] ➽ When Life Gives You Pears Author Jeannie Gaffigan – Intimatenights.co.uk

When Life Gives You Pears New York Times Bestseller USA Today Bestseller The Big Sick Meets Dad Is Fat In This Funny And Heartfelt Memoir From Writer, Director, Wife, And Mother Jeannie Gaffigan, As She Reflects On The Life Changing Impact Of Battling A Pear Sized Brain TumorIn , Jeannie S Life Came To A Crashing Halt When She Was Diagnosed With A Life Threatening Brain Tumor As The Mother Of Kids If You Include Her Husband Sat In The Neurosurgery Department In Star Covered Sweats Too Whimsical For The Seriousness Of The Situation, All She Could Think Was Am I Going To Die Thankfully, Jeannie And Her Family Were Able To Survive Their Time Of Crisis, And Now She Is Sharing Her Deeply Personal Journey Through This Miraculous Story The Challenging Conversations She Had With Her Children How She Came To Terms With Feeling Powerless And Ferociously Crabby While Bedridden And Unable To Eat For A Month And How She Ultimately Learned, Re Learned And Re Re Learned To Be Present In LifeWith Sincerity And Hilarity, Jeannie Invites You Into Her Heart And Brain During This Trying Time, Emphasizing The Importance Of Family, Faith And Humor As Keys To Her Recovery And Leading A Fulfilling Life


10 thoughts on “When Life Gives You Pears

  1. Donna Hines Donna Hines says:

    Sincerity, hilarity, heartfelt love, with SuperMom charm Jeannie is someone we should all welcome in to our homes.Prior to this Goodreads giveaway I had no idea about Jeannie and her career However after reading this I feel like we are the best of friends.I m an empath I feel emotio


  2. Karen Karen says:

    When life gives you privilege, you make privilegeade.


  3. Amy Oechsner Amy Oechsner says:

    This was a deeply personal story I am a huge fan of Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan and I was there on Instagram when Jeannie had her brain surgery It shocked all of us fans because we know of the two, Jeannie is the health nut and she is so young, and they have 5 kids I felt a personal connection to this boo


  4. Carmen Liffengren Carmen Liffengren says:

    3.5 StarsI am a huge Jim Gaffigan fan and I know that he and his wife Jeannie are a comedy writing team With heart and sincerity, Jeannie recounts her year of diagnosis to recovery She doesn t sugarcoat the experience of discovering the pear shaped brain tumor Some of her memoir is hard to read and her road to r


  5. Jim Higgins Jim Higgins says:

    4.5 stars Certainly the funniest book about surviving a brain tumor I ve ever read.


  6. Michele Pfrogner Michele Pfrogner says:

    I flew from Ohio to NYC to hear the Gaffigans launch Jeannie s book And I felt like an outsider Of course, those who helped the family through Jeannie s crisis should be celebrated and recognized But why were tickets sold to us commoners I chose not to stay for the book personalization what would I say I m just a fan certainly, I a


  7. Lee Woodruff Lee Woodruff says:

    Being half of a comedy writing duo, and married to a famous comedian doesn t inoculate you from the bad thing in life But it does ensure that when you write a memoir about getting a pear shaped brain tumor as the mother of five young children at the peak of your career, it s going to be funny In fact Gaffigan s writing takes a bad thing and


  8. Rhonda Lomazow Rhonda Lomazow says:

    A lovely warm heart wrenching story.Jeannie Gaffigan young mother of five a successful entertainment producer happily married to the comedian Jim Gaffigan,Life is busy good till the day she is diagnosed with a pear sized brain tumor and the journey Jeannie and her family take a surgery a long stay in icu her siblings that come from all over the countr


  9. Meghan Reidy Meghan Reidy says:

    Jeannie Gaffigan is a gem This memoir was the perfect combo of humor and sadness I often fears this genre because people often over share It shows that Jeannie can capture the emotion of all the trauma and joy of the past two years and present in a way that still allows her family to have the sacred space they need to heal and move forward Jeanne and Jim are sa


  10. Jessica Howard Jessica Howard says:

    I really enjoyed this Full review coming for Shelf Awareness.


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