God Said, Ha!

God Said Ha was for Julia Sweeney a truly horrible year She got a divorce amicable bought a small bungalow in Hollywood and looked forward to a life that said Here dwells a happily single young woman B

God Said, Ha Mar , Title God Said, Ha . Want to share s rating on your own site Use the HTML below. God Said, Ha A Memoir Julia Sweeney My guess is that the anecdotes in God Said Ha came across better in Sweeny s stage production than in this book, which is really light in content The font is huge and the paragraphs spaced out widely, as if to help the story reach the minimum length required for print. God Said Ha Rotten Tomatoes Sweeney also wrote her material into a book, God Said, Ha A Memoir, published by Bantam in The title is taken from a greeting card a close friend once sent Sweeney during an illness. God Said Ha God Said Ha is a film that was written and directed by Julia Sweeney, who was also the movie s star It had its world premiere on March at the South by Southwest Film Festival and focuses on Sweeney s recollections of when her brother was diagnosed with cancer. Julia sweeney God Said Ha part YouTube Jun , Julia Sweeney It s Pat tells viewers a humorous monologue about the hard time in her life when her brother fought with cancer and she was also diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. God Said, Ha Julia Sweeney, Rana Joy God Said, Ha . min PG Subtitles and Closed Captions Saturday Night Live s Julia Sweeney has teamed with producer Quentin Tarantino god said ha eBay Find great deals on eBay for god said ha Shop with confidence.

  • Title: God Said, Ha!
  • Author: Julia Sweeney
  • ISBN: 9780553379235
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1995 was, for Julia Sweeney, a truly horrible year She got a divorce amicable , bought a small bungalow in Hollywood, and looked forward to a life that said, Here dwells a happily single young woman But then the ax fell Her younger brother Mike was diagnosed with terminal cancer and moved in with her Her parents came to be with Mike and moved in with her Suddenly1995 was, for Julia Sweeney, a truly horrible year She got a divorce amicable , bought a small bungalow in Hollywood, and looked forward to a life that said, Here dwells a happily single young woman But then the ax fell Her younger brother Mike was diagnosed with terminal cancer and moved in with her Her parents came to be with Mike and moved in with her Suddenly her tiny bungalow for one was filled to the rafters with Sweeneys Here she was sleeping on her pull out sofa bed while her father walked around, his Walkman on all day and her mother marveled at Julia s lack of such staples as stroganoff mixes Every day was spent bringing Mike to and from chemotherapy, every evening watching Chicago Hope or E.R Julia was now on seriously intimate terms with the people she had spent half a lifetime growing up away from.Just weeks before Mike died, Julia was diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer what Mike called her sympathy cancer and within days of burying her brother, she underwent a radical hysterectomy, beginning her own journey through the International House of Cancer From these Job like travails, Julia has written a remarkably funny and touching memoir about a family in extremis that manages to persevere with humor, grace, and love.
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    • Anne says:

      I was on a minor Julia Sweeney kick the past couple of weeks and read this last night and today after watching the movie of the same title (produced by Quentin Tarantino). Basically the book is just the stand-up routine in text, although it was interesting to see the pictures of Sweeney and her family that are included. It was a quick read and not terrible, but you'd be better off listening to the This American Life episode in which clips from the stand-up appearances dealing with this time in h [...]

    • Donald Jans says:

      Saw this on stage at the Magic theater in SF. How Sweeney could make you laugh your ass off, and while you're still doing that, spring on you that her brother dies (imagine jumping on a trampoline,, and you just jump off the trampoline) and I'm in mid guffaw and then he dies. Never before have I felt guilty for laughing, but that's exactly what she wanted, and I feel like her brother would have wanted, so you could stop and pause and think about his life, but then get right on laughing again. Br [...]

    • Karen says:

      Julia Sweeney ("Pat" on Saturday Night Live) writes a wonderful memoir of a family fighting cancer. She was newly divorced and excited to start a new life on her own. Soon after buying a home of her own, her brother is diagnosed with cancer and she has him come live with her so that she can care for him. While she's caring for him, she is diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer. She blends these tough times with enough humor that it isn't a maudlin tale, but a story of love and support. Th [...]

    • Emily says:

      I'm on a humor writing kick right now. I recently watched a video of Julia Sweeney reading a story she wrote about giving her daughter the "birds and the bees" talk, and it was so funny to me I decided I had to read something of hers. I picked this book up yesterday and finished it this morning. The book ended up being centered around her family finding out her brother had lymphoma and the events that ensued because of it. Even though the topic was really heavy, it was an entertaining and surpri [...]

    • Shelley says:

      I actually listened to a recording of her live stage show from Audible (I didn't even know there was a book!). But I can highly recommend the recording -- Sweeney is a master storyteller and her skills as an actress shine through when you listen. Highly recommended, but listen (or watch the video of the show) rather than read. Or maybe read it after you've heard her tell it -- there's a lot of humor as well as touching moments that probably don't pack as much of a punch if you're not hearing her [...]

    • Jeannette says:

      I interviewed Julia for an article I'm writing about how humor can be helpful when you're dealing with cancer. This memoir is about her brother's battle with cancer (she was his caregiver) and then her own diagnosis of cervical cancer just a month before he died. It's a quick read, although not deep. But the humor is there and that's what she was going for. In fact, the memoir came about after she did a stand-up act about her family's battle with cancer.

    • David says:

      A year in the life of Julia Sweeney ("It's Pat!" from Saturday Night Live) after she has left the show. Don't let the title scare you off. It has virtually nothing to do with God. It's a humorous and touching look at a year in which her brother finds out he has cancer and he and her parents move in with her to help support him. It's a really good read and you'll find it very easy to get through at only 172 pages.

    • Cindy says:

      This was a disappointing read. From the title I had expected humor, which is difficult when part of the story revolves around her brother suffering from and succumbing to cancer. But that wasn't the only disappointment: I found this poorly written, with limited vocabulary and uninteresting structure. BTW, the author played Pat on SNL.

    • Ubersmaug says:

      This book was funny in places, but her humor is really sweet (my mom has funny sweaters! she cooks funny!) and maybe I'm just more a fan of scathing irony. It just didn't pack enough good moments or ideas to make it a life-changing experience. That said, I did like it and it felt nice while I read it. It's like a tapioca pudding cancer book. I bet the stage show is much better.

    • Cristy says:

      Julia Sweeney is an entertaining storyteller without doubt. Unfortunately the mediums of theater and written literature require some different skill sets. Having experienced both, I would recommend skipping the book if possible and renting the HBO version of her one-woman show. Delivery and non-verbals mean a lot. Trust me.

    • April Hamilton says:

      Heartfelt, deft and funny. Sweeney manages to wring tears AND laughter in this bittersweet memoir. Even when she's dealing with Big Issues like terminal illness and religion, she's always frank, never whiny or martyr-like. Best of all, she manages to come out on the other side of some very, very dark times with her sense of humor intact and a positive outlook.

    • Sherry (sethurner) says:

      Sweeney, an alum of Saturday Night Live, tells the story in a monologue of her brother's cancer and her own illness. At turns funny and very sad, she tells a compelling story with the wit of, say, Gilda Radner.

    • Jennifer Kronk says:

      My only real complaint about this book is that I wanted more. Sweeney has such a wonderful sense of humor that it is even more painful when the heartbreak happens. Very inspirational and sweet. I would have liked to see the show this was based on.

    • Lori Rader-Day says:

      The live Uncabaret set on This American Life is much better, but still a good read. I've decided that I should get the audio book for comedian's books. It's so much better listening to their voices telling the stories.

    • R says:

      This was both hilarious and inspiring. A quick little read, Sweeney's comedy is clean, witty, and real. I laughed, I cried and I saw a whole new side to the "Pat" actress/comedian. She is complex, intelligent, compassionate and yesry, very funny.

    • Virginia says:

      WOULD I LIKE TO READ THIS OR NOTATTEMPTING TO RECOVER FROM A RECENT DIVORCE, HER BROTHER WITH CANCER AND HER PARENTS MOVE IN WITH HER AND AFTER HIS DEATH SHE DEVELOPS CANCER. SOMEHOW THIS JOB LIKE MEMOIR IS SUPPOSED TO BE HILARIOUSL WOULE IT BE CATHARTIC OR PAINFUL

    • Elizabeth Schlatter says:

      Very sweet and amusing group of short essays about a tumultuous year in Sweeney's life, along with some memories strewn in. It feels like she's talking to you when you read it. If you can imagine her voice, then it's icing on the cake.

    • Alison says:

      I actually have this as an audiobook, but I couldn't find it on here. I love Julia Sweeney's memoirs, and listening to her perform them just adds to enjoyment. A touching, funny, sweet, tragic, honest story of her brother's death by cancer.

    • Laura says:

      While I do not care for Julia's characters on SNL, I really love, love, loved her book!!!! She seems like someone who would be fun to be friends with. This book was touching and in parts very, very funny.i mean snort out loud funny!

    • Shannon says:

      Most wonderful hilarious look at life and at cancer. As someone who has lost and is losing loved ones to cancer I cannot recommend it highly enough. It will make you laugh out loud and cry in the best possible ways.

    • Nancy says:

      I have the film on VHS, the book, and now the audiobook, read by the author. I recommend this to everybody.

    • Adele Goetz says:

      I love people who can find humor in everything, even terrible things like cancer.

    • Greg Oberlin says:

      great book about cancer that doesn't leave you feeling sorry for her or for anyone but just happy that you're alive and should make the best of it, and not take it (life) too seriously

    • David says:

      This brief book is both touching and funny. It may seem a little disjointed in the beginning, but it all hangs together in the end.

    • Martha says:

      Rec by Shawna?

    • Donna says:

      Profoundly inspiring and courageously funny.

    • Joanne says:

      This book wasn't good and it wasn't bad. Details her brother's cancer and then her own with her parents coming to live with her to boot.

    • Summer Munger says:

      I simply adore Julia Sweeney.

    • Deborah says:

      Funny,and Sad, but mostly funny she is a tour de force. An evening spent laughing and crying with Julia.

    • Alisa says:

      This started out good but fizzled in the last half. She dealt with some ugly stuff in her life and found a sane way through it. I give her credit for that.

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