To pick up this book and share with the author her innermost thoughts is to spend time with a good friend before a warm cozy fire.
People who are very sensitive and empathetic or at a hard point in their lives may be both bolstered, and grief-stricken, by some of the content.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh shares her deepest thoughts about some very painful events in her life through what was written in letters and her diary.
I remember this diary as a very interesting read however, the copy I received smelled so bad I threw it in the trash immediately upon receiving. ..yuk!Published 3 months ago by Sandra Dunn
Amazing book. This is Anne's letters and diary entries from 1929-32, aged 23-26. In the first part, Hour of Gold, she is just married to Lindbergh and flies around with him. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rhonda C. Elsaesser
What a sweet portal into the life of a middle aged woman - reflecting on her life journey. Many gems of wisdom. A quick read.Published 6 months ago by Jessica D.
the book came in good condition except for being slightly worn on jacket of book I have no other comments at this timePublished 16 months ago by frances modica
What a heartache for Anne! She certainly loved her husband and lived a very lonely life. What a husband he turned out to be! Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by joyce dinndorf