Prepare to enter the mind of one man and share some of his experiences in Ramblings, Rants, and Ravings of a Man. In this collection of essays, author George Robbins touches on a variety of subjects that affect many of our lives—driving, sports, politics, family, and even his fight with depression. The events are depicted as he remembers them, though he has done his best not to embarrass friends and family. With straightforward honesty, he shares some of his deepest thoughts and beliefs on a wide rage of topics.
For example, he explores how he and his wife handled their children with humor. Although his recollections aren’t always fun, he does try to find a humorous side whenever possible—even when it’s at his own expense. He refers to himself as “a piece of work” and “a work in progress” throughout the book, explaining his reasoning for this view of himself.
From road rage to raising children, Ramblings, Rants, and Ravings of a Man offers one man’s honest thoughts—possibly a bit more honest than most. Robbins recalls his sixty years, including the good, the bad, and the unbelievable.