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Courageous, brutally honest and observant, is a classic road story of love and healing. It’s also laugh-out-loud funny.

Her memoir has been ranked as a “Top 20 Hot New Pick” on Amazon and was picked up by Costco where she held several author/book signing events. Laura has appeared on national television and her story has been featured on People.com and The New York Post, in addition to many other news, radio and internet outlets.

She has interviewed more than 60,000 subjects on topics from health parenting and motherhood to fitness and finance. She is a regular contributor to humor writer Erma Bombeck’s memorial blog.

Originally from Upstate, New York, she now lives near the Hudson River with her daughters.

Be on the lookout for her upcoming book, “THE AIRBNB CHRONICLES” to be released in April 2021. To read an excerpt, click here.

THE PINK STEERING WHEEL CHRONICLES is published and distributed by Penguin Random House/Hatherleigh.  (ISBN# 978-1-57826-768-2).

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June 21, 2020

Our Father’s Days Without You

June 20, 2010: Our first Father’s Day without you. Stayed inside all day. Pitched a tent in the living room. Ate gobs of junk food. Watched the girls’  favorite movies: Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, Bambi, Toy Story. Ran upstairs to cry and scream in my pillow throughout […]
June 17, 2018

Look Mom!

Imagine walking by your local Barnes & Noble and seeing this!!! I have to call my mother!!! Right now!!! That event for my book, THE PINK STEERING WHEEL CHRONICLES, is at 2pm on Saturday, June 30 at the 2614 Central Ave. Yonkers, NY location. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-pink-steeri…/1128063603  
May 15, 2018

While Home Babysitting My Cellulite Tonight…

While home babysitting my cellulite tonight, I had the best idea on how to make myself feel skinny. “I know! I’ll dye my hair!” I decided. A quick trip to the drug store and I was in business. Clairol #6 and I had a hot date! Here’s what I have […]
May 13, 2018

A Letter, 25 Years Later

Being able to thank a teacher 25 years later made my Mother’s Day! Dear Mary (Loporcaro): After so many years at St. John Fisher with literally thousands of students under your tutelage, I doubt you remember me, but I owe my career in journalism to you. Our work in creating […]
May 8, 2018

PINCH ME AMAZON!

January 27, 2018

My Beautiful Coin Slot

This is my face. I don’t chase the lines away with photoshop, botox, creams or makeup but would never judge or say a word about those who do. And no, I did not accept my crevices, cracks and crows with grace, especially after my daughters referred to the line between […]
January 15, 2018

Baby Love

Seeing this picture of my daughter brought me back to that special time.  Friends Kim and Gerard Sava provided temporary foster care for 47 brand new babies awaiting adoption by keeping their door and their hearts open for more than five years. Some babies only stayed for a few hours […]
January 11, 2018

Meet The Fam!

Even without Mark, my late husband and the father of our oh… so… charming… teenage daughters, we are still the Fahrenthold-Pittmans and we are still a family. Nell still taps her fingers to annoy Susannah, who will then always yell, “Momma!!!” in a fake Southern accent for the sole purpose […]
January 2, 2018

Happy Birthday To Me!

Happy Birthday to me! The water felt negative 103! Despite the arctic freeze, my daughter Susannah and I did it – the #ConeyIslandPolarBearClub plunge! What a way to mark the New Year by sprinkling her father’s ashes on the beach before jumping in! Here’s to 2018! Wishing everyone the world! Love, Laura
December 1, 2017

You Are My Sunshine

Seems like 100 years ago since sprinkling Mark in this field on Prince Edward Island. The girls thought their father would like “living” there, so we pulled the RV over,  jumped out and walked him through the waist high waves of yellow glory. The sky was so blue. I remember […]
November 29, 2017

Battle of the Dorm Room Moms

I knew it going in. Christine was everything a dorm roommate’s mother should be, starting with being on time for college move in day. What’s more, she was armed with cleaning products. And while that was several months ago, the problem has only gotten worse, not better… The day had […]
November 17, 2017

What The Heaven Was I Thinking?

When children’s grief expert #JoePrimo appeared on #TED yesterday saying, “We can keep death and grief under the bed right next to the imaginary monster or we can shine a light on it and empower kids with hope healthy coping strategies,” I’m not sure taking your kids across the country […]
September 11, 2017

“Poopy” Hits Paydirt

How my daughter came up with the name Poopy for one of our baby chicks was beyond me. Perhaps it was foreshadowing for its shitty life. But have no fear! There’s a happy ending here! “I think it’s a cute name,” Nell said, holding the tiny yellow chick for his […]