No worries. I enjoyed I Love Everybody just as much as her first two books. This one reminds me a little more of her first book, a broad collection of tales, than of her second book, which began with the narrative of her wedding preparations. Regardless, she's still laugh-out-loud hilarious** without being unlikable or obnoxious like Lancaster has sadly become. I have all of Notaro's other books (aside from her latest) yet to read so I hope she kept writing funny stories like these.
* Comparing the two is appropriate, as Lancaster credits Notaro with inspiring her writing career:
Fact: If it weren’t for Laurie Notaro, I may never have had a career as an author. I was unemployed and under-stimulated when I first picked up The Idiot Girls’ Action Adventure Guide. I inhaled this hilarious book in a day, the whole time thinking, “You’re allowed to write funny stories about getting drunk and falling down? I WANT IN ON THIS!”** I was eating lunch one day at Sweet Tomatoes when the people at the neighboring table asked what I was reading because I seemed to be enjoying it so much.