Join Jeff as he recalls some of the most memorable events of a nearly thirty year journey through what would seemingly be considered a rmal life. Normal that is until Jeff puts his unique spin on each of the forty-eight short stories, making you laugh, sigh, and even cry through each. Each story is a true accounting of what happened, at least in the eyes of the author, who has a sharp eye for detail and a sharper wit. Every story has been written so that it could be read on its own or from front to back weaving a tale that describes tales of everything from his love life to heroism. Typical humorous situations he encounters along the way include: Coincidence and a piece of paper that determined his life's direction; Convincing his teenage daughter that he can hear ants (Yes, she is a blonde); Making chocolate milk; Describing how a loaf of bread and a bottle of coke becomes a wife; Describing the subtle nuances of fine dining and the purpose of a salad fork in a way that could elicit a reaction from the person being taught over ten years later; Stolen cars, burglaries, and drive-by shootings at a nursing home; S.W.A.T. teams; Spiders. The situations encountered on the surface appear to be totally rmal but when Jeff gets done with it, you are left laughing, wanting more.