Written for people who have spent a lifetime getting sick of living it, in the meanwhile, and want to add something a little more fulfilling between each birth and death each chapter of it bookended, My Life Was The Disease contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers a way to live as many lives in one, jumping from one chapter of it to the next to create a whole life story from those innocent beginnings to the bitter ends. Sometimes we get caught up in the whys and forget the whats and Willidau gives himself a thorough internal examination in search of a heartbeat between each birth and death.
Willidau has checked himself in to have himself checked out. Ken Willidau's thoughts are that if you went to the trouble of living it you might as well know why just in case we have to do it all over again in the next chapter. The hospitality offered throughout this book will make this book your healthy lifestyle reading choice and he hopes you'll just die laughing by the end of it, too.
Chapters are stitched together to make the day one to stop your pacing in the waiting room and get you to the operating room. Among them, 'Finding a Pulse', 'The Pharmacy', 'Burn Unit', 'The Delivery Room', 'The Morgue' and 'Pediatrics' make the day one of those multiple lifetime experiences. Your progress, throughout this visit, will be charted by a patient joker using wit, dark humour, microscopic jokes between the lines, tongue-incheek, over-the-top 10 lists, double entendre humour and healthy doses of tender loving care. Spending some of your life with all of Ken's will ensure you a healthy outlook in life right up until your diagnosis and then you'll be asked to buy one of his specialist books, for the harder parts.
My Life Was The Disease is a perfect read for those times when laughter would be the best medicine when you need a cure for how sick you are of life, itself.