Also, if you are in Canada and you order "bacon" for breakfast, you will get . . . Canadian bacon.

Just FYI.

In the past four days I've been from Toronto to New York to Bentonville, Arkansas, where my driver got ever so slightly lost, and stopped at a gas station to get directions.

"Ah'm not exactly sure where we are," she said.

"Well, we're right by a giant billboard that says JESUS," I said, pointing helpfully.

"That's comforting," she said.

"Not if you're Jewish," I replied.

She stared at me, wide-eyed. "Oh, are you?" she asked.

Yikes.

The People magazine is now on stands, with Kirstie Alley touting her weight loss on the cover (it's the Department of Ironic Punishments People magazine).

The new book comes out Tuesday.

And best of all, I finally -- FINALLY! -- saw one of the TV ads for IN HER SHOES!
"For anyone who's ever been a friend..." said the narrator.

"OH MY GOD! I'VE BEEN A FRIEND!" I told Adam.

"For anyone who's ever been a sister..."

"Me!"

"For anyone who's ever been a daughter..."

"Me again!"

I'm off to NYC tomorrow, Connecticut for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Wednesday, and Boston on Thursday, and I swear and affirm that we are going to have final details about the Philadelphia screening of the movie soon.

Enjoy the book, and I'll see you on the road.

Jen