As a doctor, Kathleen Wooton strongly believes that laughter is the best medicine; she also believes that the best way for her to administer that '真medicine'真 is by being a humorist, which allows her to give the kind of '真shot in the arm'真 that so many of us need'真a good belly laugh on a daily basis. As a mother, Kathy believes that ever y day she manages to sur vive motherhood without personal injury or criminal charges is a blessing. '真That Girl'真s Not Right'真 is a delightful romp through the mind and musings of Kathleen Wooton. Her hilarious commentary provides a unique and often quirky look at what other wise might be mundane life situations'真from the entirely relatable '真Why Does Water Need a Child-Proof Cap?'真 to the all-too-true '真Sleep Deprivation and the Exhausted Mom,'真 '真That Girl'真s Not Right'真 speaks to all of us through the universal language of laughter. Whether poetry or prose'真and Wooton offers a healthy dose of each'真the homespun humor in this collection is just what the doctor ordered.