In case you're wondering, that's page 63 of this 422 page book. I'm still in light weight territory, but chipping away at it day by day.
The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Real has 45 chapters in all which are not too long and comfortable to read even if you have just a few minutes to catch up with the girls.
Another aspect of the Yada Yada series that I find appealing is that it's set in Chicago. It talks about many of the things that are constants in the lives of Chicagoans including public transportation options, radio stations, locations, and for many, the suburbs.
I was particularly surprised in the second book of the series, The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Down, that two of the characters were actually talking about my college radio station which can really only be heard if you're in the city.
I'm hoping at some point this week that I can actually have an hour or two to sit down and just read, but that may be wishful thinking at this point!