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7 “In what sense has Maria Shriver ever lived in the real world?” my husband, Bill, asked me over breakfast one morning. He showed me the full-page magazine ad for Maria Shriver’s book, Ten Things I Wish I’d Known Before I Went Out into the Real World.
9 Shriver’s book prompted me to ask the people I know who live in the actualreal world what they wished they’d known. I did ask friends and relatives and neighbors of mine from the actual real world what they have found out by knocking around in it. In this book you’ll find their hard-won wisdom from that strangest of all frontiers, ordinary life. How much stranger can ordinary life get than feline toilet training? Which did not go well; as she fell through the cardboard, she leapt out of the toilet, soaking wet. I grabbed her, and ten terrified claws sank into the tender flesh of my arm. So, for the things I wish I’d known, I’ll go first: When the instructions on the flimsy plastic cat-toilet-trainer say “The cat must weigh no more than twelve pounds,” weigh the cat.