Review by Vivia Oliver
It's Always Darkest Before the Fridge Door Opens
Finding Joy in the Cold Places of Life
Authors: Martha Bolton and Phil Callaway
Publisher: Bethany House, 2006
These two writers have worked with many comedians to create clean humour in the world. Any of their work is worth the time to read it.
This book is a compilation of anecdotes of humorous and realistic ways to look at life.
They open the 'fridge door' to view some great ways to laugh at life in general. This book contains lots of neat ways to take worry off your mind. These writers of humour have turned food and kitchens into fun centers. Like moldy cheese turning into chia pets.
The fun tales they tell seek humour in family life, ways to laugh about hard times and disappointments in home life. If you don’t have sore ribs from laughter after reading this book, you will at least come away with a smile and peace of mind.
They describe many fun ways for looking at life’s troubles from a new view. There is a funny side of life and we are blessed to take a funny look at trouble. As Phil Callaway reminds us, “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.”