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Old 01-22-2017, 06:02 PM   #16
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This book definitely qualifies as fiction. The grass often is greener over the field lines leading away from the septic tank, but the grass is not always greener over the septic tank.

Erma Bombeck was a real treasure. It is so unfortunate that she left us so soon--at only age 69.
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This book definitely qualifies as fiction. The grass often is greener over the field lines leading away from the septic tank, but the grass is not always greener over the septic tank.

Erma Bombeck was a real treasure. It is so unfortunate that she left us so soon--at only age 69.


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This book definitely qualifies as fiction. The grass often is greener over the field lines leading away from the septic tank, but the grass is not always greener over the septic tank.

Erma Bombeck was a real treasure. It is so unfortunate that she left us so soon--at only age 69.
Do you think finding out that the grass is NOT always greener over the septic tank had anything to do with her death? I've found the embarrassment due to incomplete research can sap one's will to live.
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Do you think finding out that the grass is NOT always greener over the septic tank had anything to do with her death? I've found the embarrassment due to incomplete research can sap one's will to live.
I know (I think) that you're joking, but given her upbeat personality, I think that it wouldn't have fazed her a bit.

Besides, she probably knew that the grass doesn't grow greener over the septic tank. If she had anything to do with giving the title to the book (and, I assume, a chapter in the book by that name), she knew that "over the septic tank" would have better euphony than having "over the field lines over the septic tank."

I think that I have all of Bombeck's books. I haven't--yet--done much reading in them. I do know that not all of what she wrote was humorous. There was this one piece that she wrote with the frequent lines, "and they will." It's about how a parent tells their children to be quiet, don't dirty up things, etc. The last part of the piece ends with "and they will"--they will do quit doing those things around the house that annoyed the parent, after they've grown up and left the home, but the parent will miss those days. A really emotionally-moving piece; every young parent ought to read it. Unfortunately, I don't know/remember which one of her many books that that piece is in, and her books are scattered all over my house (bought in dead-tree form before the ebook days), in unbeknownst places, to where I can't easily find them.

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I know (I think) that you're joking, but given her upbeat personality, I think that it wouldn't have fazed her a bit.
I never joke about death, research, or septic tanks. Otherwise, I'm quite the cut-up.
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I never joke about death, research, or septic tanks. Otherwise, I'm quite the cut-up.
Whew! I almost messed up. There were a couple of good septic tank quips that I wanted to make.
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Whew! I almost messed up. There were a couple of good septic tank quips that I wanted to make.
Yes, the topic seems to be the trifecta of tragedy.
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I know (I think) that you're joking, but given her upbeat personality, I think that it wouldn't have fazed her a bit.

Besides, she probably knew that the grass doesn't grow greener over the septic tank. If she had anything to do with giving the title to the book (and, I assume, a chapter in the book by that name), she knew that "over the septic tank" would have better euphony than having "over the field lines over the septic tank."

I think that I have all of Bombeck's books. I haven't--yet--done much reading in them. I do know that not all of what she wrote was humorous. There was this one piece that she wrote with the frequent lines, "and they will." It's about how a parent tells their children to be quiet, don't dirty up things, etc. The last part of the piece ends with "and they will"--they will do quit doing those things around the house that annoyed the parent, after they've grown up and left the home, but the parent will miss those days. A really emotionally-moving piece; every young parent ought to read it. Unfortunately, I don't know/remember which one of her many books that that piece is in, and her books are scattered all over my house (bought in dead-tree form before the ebook days), in unbeknownst places, to where I can't easily find them.
A quick google of Bombeck and "and they will" turned up numerous references to and copies of "Oatmeal Kisses" - here's one site where you can read it (it's toward the bottom of the page) http://www.nytimes.com/books/first/b...k-forever.html

As I recall, the grass was NOT greener over the septic tank at my childhood home.
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Thanks for the info on Bombeck's article/chapter. I think that she was a newspaper columnist. If so, that piece may never have appeared in any of her books (which seems to contain material written specifically for the book, or a book at any rate), but only in an inspired newspaper column one time. I'm sure that Googling would reveal the facts about that, too. In fact, back in my buying-used-books-in-thrift-stores days, when I came across a Bombeck book, I would flip through it looking for a chapter that could possibly contain the "and they will" piece, and never did.

I don't remember seeing greener grass over field lines much, either. Nowadays, local building codes probably are more conservative about that than they used to be. Years ago, someone could probably get by by just burying them a few inches below the top of the ground--it seems that that would make the grass above them greener! Of course, you can't do that anymore in a developed country like the U.S. There's probably a minimum of 3 feet or more that you've got to sink them, because of health concerns. I'd be surprised if the grass above field lines set 3 feet below the surface would look any different than the grass anywhere else in the yard.

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