Marilyn McCullough has had two husbands, five children, two stepchildren, six dogs, three cats, and two goldfish. In this memoir, she provides a humorous look at all aspects of her lifefrom the everyday trials and tribulations of family, friends, relationships, and aging to the not-so-ordinary topics of toe fungus, flatulence, gargling, and moth killing. In this, her second published book, McCullough has gathered articles previously published in an Illinois newspaper and has combined them with reflections about events both current and past. In addition to her uncanny and often comedic essays on at life, she has included a collection of short stories geared toward children. Through the stories, observations, and experiences presented in One Brick LooseNot Missing, But Who Cares? McCullough communicates her lifes philosophylive life with a certain amount of gusto, enjoy the good, and accept the bad.