This book is for every single mother on the planet and for every woman who is thinking about becoming a single mother and for ever man, woman and child who has ever felt like a single mother. Humor and truth travel hand in hand in this hopeful and courageous story about the ups and downs of becoming a single mom in today's hectic worldof stand-up comedy, TV sitcoms, cameos in films and talk shows. In the midst of it all, Margaret Smith finds a way to have a normal life and still change diapers and to to the park with her sons. Help is on the way.
Blithely disregarding conventional wisdom that female comics must labor within proscribed borders, one of America's senior comedic writers describes what she thought it would be like--and what it was really like-- to become a single mother.