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At the age of 45, having survived the early stages of stay-at-home-mom life and transitioned to a writing career, humorist Wendi Aarons sobbed in a department store in the Hill Country Galleria. She was searching for a cocktail dress to wear to Listen to Your Mother, the stage show she produced and directed in Austin. On one hand, she was ascending as a writer. On the other, she couldn’t figure out what to wear as a middle-aged woman. It’s a story she tells in hilarious and relatable detail in “I’m Wearing Bad Decisions From the Juniors Department Now,” a chapter of her forthcoming book, I’m Wearing Tunics Now: On Growing Older, Better, and a Hell of a Lot Louder (November 15, Andrews McMeel). “I had a…
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