I recommend this book to anyone, but I suggest you sit down before you start."--Felicity Huffman Amy Yasbeck met her late husband John Ritter during a readthrough of the 1990 movie Problem Child, which they starred in together.
Yasbeck can be seen in movies such as Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Pretty Woman, and The Mask, and had a starring role in popular 1990s sitcom Wings. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Her Twitter is silent when it comes to her personal life, and she has not said anything about having a husband or a boyfriend in any of her interviews which makes her look like a lady who is low-key regarding her relationship status.
She has been acting professionally since the early, 90s and with an extensive career as an actress she has gathered herself an enormous amount of respect and love from her fans, but these are not the only things she has earned so far in her career.
She honors his memory by recounting the lessons learned from her husband and his unique approach to life.
She encourages us to enrich our own lives, as John did, by joyfully acknowledging our connectedness to one another.
The tragedy of his untimely and avoidable death holds its own valuable lessons: life-saving ones.
In 2007, John’s brother, Tom, empowered with the correct information about aortic aneurysm and dissection’s familial link, was properly diagnosed and his aneurysm was treated successfully.
She writes beautifully of a couple that was as heart-felt and inspiring as they seemed from afar.
You will soak up her story with every pore."--Sarah Silverman "I always knew Amy Yasbeck was a talented actress--but I had no idea she was such a talented writer.
I loved this book, and I think you will too."--Mel Brooks "A funny and lovely tribute to a funny and lovely man."--Jimmy Kimmel "I opened up this book just for a quick peek and stood at my kitchen counter mesmerized, missed two appointments and made my husband pick-up the kids.
On September 11, 2003, John Ritter’s death from an undiagnosed aortic dissection, at the age of fifty-four, shocked and saddened not only his family and friends but also his millions of fans around the world.
In this celebration of the life she shared with John, Yasbeck gives an emotionally honest account of navigating the shock and heartbreak of her family’s sudden loss.