The RodeoClown (aka Ian Tyrrell) offers up a nice review of Escape Adulthood on his blog. My favorite part is that he added a few more of his own tips for escaping adulthood:
The end of each chapter contains a bunch of tips to try, and so, to conclude, I leave a few tips of my own:
- Slide down the bannisters. Nothing is more fun than landing a full-length staircase slide and letting everyone know about it.
- Smile at people. So many people grumping all the time, an unrequested smile can brighten up someone’s whole day.
- Laugh more. There’s plenty to laugh at – try pulling faces at kids. Or adults.
- Name your own constellations. There’s plenty of stars and they can all do with names. The splattered cat, the shopping trolley, the saucepan. One day you’ll have named enough to navigate by these.
You can read the full review here. And I like his take on (awOOOgah, awOOOgah–that’s the controversy alarm, folks) protecting the unborn, especially the part about babies being God’s best invention.