February 2013, 148 pages
Available material: English original
Despite the hundreds of stories he’s written in his life, the author doesn’t lose his sense of humour and his positive outlook on the world.
“Uh-oh” can’t be found in any dictionary or encyclopaedia, and we rarely see it written down. But most of us emit that sound every day. This collection of lightly philosophical tales full of reflections, observations about life and everyday thoughts compels us to contemplate the little things. Fulghum explores a variety of subjects from both sides of the refrigerator door – from meatloaf to the Salvation Army Band, from fireflies to funerals, from hiccups to a watch without hands. Once again, Fulghum weaves a theme of balance between the mundane and the holy, between humor and grief and between what is and what might be.