Amy Yasbeck’s powerful story reminds us that love never dies . I found it insulting that the author didn't talk about John's original family and found it disturbing that there were no pictures of his children besides Stella. Yasbeck seems self absorbed and in my opinion this book does not cast her in a good light. My favorite performance of his was on "Felicity" in which he played Ben's troubled alcohol I was expecting much more about John.I knew that Yasbeck would be in the book, but I didn't realize she would be in SO much of it.It was ve I was at the library with my daughter and just caught a glimpse of this book. I spent the next three hours reading the book and finished it the next day. Written by Ritter's widow without the assistance of a ghost writer, it is a beautiful testament to a great example of celebrity and a great love. I first remember John when I was a little girl and he played the minister on one of my favorite shows, "The Waltons".She leaves out just enough to keep some things for herself but adds just enough to make you really get John Ritter. I never really watched "Three's Company" as a child, because it came on at my bedtime and in the 70's, my Mom considered it a show not meant for children (th A loving tribute to a wonderful actor.John Ritter’s death in 2003 – at the age of 54 – came as a shock to everyone.Seven years later, John’s widow – Amy Yasbeck – has a new book coming out which reflects on the life she shared with her husband.Here are the unforgettable times she shared with a man who was adored for finding humor in everyday encounters, never failing to energize and entertain everyone around him. AMY YASBECKWITH LOVE AND LAUGHTER, John Ritter I was expecting much more about John.
Here is an account of Yasbeck’s call to action for the public and medical community alike, culminating in the formation of the John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health and the Ritter Rules.With Love and Laughter is actress Amy Yasbeck’s most enduring memory of the life she shared with her husband, John Ritter.He was one of America’s most popular and beloved film and television actors.In this powerful memoir Amy Yasbeck shares her deeply personal and ultimately hopeful journey of surviving the devastating loss of her husband.Yasbeck looks back with anecdotes and memories from both John’s life and her own.