Thursday, June 05, 2008

Some Reviews...

wow, the book came today. while waiting for the cheesecake to cool i started to read... i'm nearly done - i had to force myself to stop reading so i'll have SOMETHING for Shabbos!!!!

G'shabbos,
Stam



I just finished reading your book. I ordered it online (since all the stores I went to in Monsey didn't have it yet), and I sat down to read it the minute I got it. Its amazing! A real source of inspiration. I really have to thank you for all the chizuk you put in there. I really enjoyed your book. I cried on one page and laughed the by the next. I hope your part on shidduchim for people who aren't the typical because they have gone through something... will help to change the way people think and act.

Thank you!

Miriam


Dear Tzipi's Mom,

I dont know where to begin...

First of all, thanks for the most beautiful gift,
My intent was to save it for Shabbos, after all I havnt been home at a
decent hour for over a month, so I couldnt indulge in a good book,
However, I couldnt resist and I just peeked in...

Well of course I couldnt put it down,

I cried and laughed and cried some more, I didnt know that a human has the
capacity to laugh and cry so intensely at the same moment, not the laugh so
hard till you cry kind of combination, but the real tears of emotion from
the pain and the hysterically humorous wit...
Well your girl is something special!!!!

Every part of the ride touched me all over again. Your strength throughout
the ordeal and the ability to document it, photograph it, laugh about it and
run your household through it all continues to amaze me.

I have lots more to say, but the sun is rising, and I'm scared my husband will
catch me still up

SO I will end with wishing you much nachas from your daughter, her husband, and JB (is that his real name?) and much much nachas from the rest of your mishpacha.

May this book inspire and encourage Klal Yisroel, and may this disease and
all sickness be eradicated from our people.

See you later, I"yH

Privileged to know such amazing people.

Esther


I just wanted to let u know that I skimmed the book yesterday (especially the last few chapters) cause I remembered part of the story from when it happened and it’s great! It’s such an easy read, I read much more than I meant to (being that I was in middle of giving my son a bottle at 12:45am). My husband was actually reading it too, and he really liked the Jewish Santa part. I’ll let u know when I finish it.

5 comments:

Bas~Melech said...

(You do realize that you dropped your name in this post, right? In the long letter)

Agreed, your mother's letter was really something.

I kinda sorta reviewed it on my blog, too, though I haven't finished reading yet and probably all my readers read it here first :P

itsagift said...

uh...bas melech - Tzipi is the name she used for the book! not her real name!
so when it says Tzipi's mom - someone is talking to the author's mom! Tzipi Caton is not JA(C)P's real name! Sorry!

StillinShidduchim said...

Where'd she drop her name? I just read it a few times and can't find it... [I think I'm the only blogger who's still in the dark. :-(]

J.A.P. said...

Sorry itsagift! Bas Melech was right- I did leave my name in the letter by mistake- she caught it and I erased it. :-)

itsagift said...

omg! Good thing you found it quickly enuf!!