In a collection of short stories composed of laments, commentaries, musings and rants, Life: Such As It Is looks with unbridled elucidation at a variety of topics. It cogitates society’s newly found ‘political correctness’ which provided liars, cheaters, bad singers and untalented actors with excuses, apologies, and acceptances they would never merited had we all not lost our minds!
In the words of the author: We make the life we have, and to sit around and gripe about the crappy stuff that happens to us because we’ve made bad or stupid choices is utter nonsense. We were so busy bringing "Sexy" back, that we forgot all about self-respect, an honest day’s work, truth, decency, and responsibility for screwing up. We need to bring those back!
Spring Wilde is a registered nurse who grew up in a suburb of Lost Angels, and has traveled around the world before settling in Palm Springs, California. The deciding factor for settling in Palm Springs was the countless earthquakes the area has to offer, which provide for excitement and a continuous natural drama. Spring is an avid supporter of "no putting to sleep" shelters and lives with five rescued dogs, and her husband. She has a Bachelor of Science degree and is fluent in three languages, two of which are useless, except for calling bad drivers names. Other than being able to drive a stick shift and her remarkable ability to profile dogs, Spring can recite absolutely no accomplishments in her life.