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This book was a very slow read for me.
I love that she wrote of her life story.....we all have one....I feel that I can cry, as I read along with Katrina knowing that we all have something in common.
This is a beautiful book that reminds us that on those ordinary days is when true connection is formed.
Although this book is good, it is too long and too descriptive. Many things are repeated and drawn outPublished 11 days ago by Dawn Critchfield
She simplifies the reason for living life; our family and home. She is real, honest, and writes in a way that I didn't want to put it down, and hope that I will continually read my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by eileen
I really appreciate the premise of this book, however, the author is extremely wordy. Easy read, makes you think. kkkPublished 1 month ago by Karyn Paine
Katrina Kenison has a way of capturing my very own thoughts and feelings. I actually read this book a few years ago when my own sons were about the same ages as hers when she was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dana Keller
In today's society we feel the pressure to succeed. To "keep up with the Jones' ", to have it all, be all. We are looking for the next big thing in our lives. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shari
Taking pleasure in the little things, slowing down life, realizing there are other paths to take, letting go, moving onPublished 3 months ago by Mitzi
If you have kids in high school, and you are beginning to grasp the "empty nest blues" this is a terrific book to help you see the best way to parent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alfred D. Trigueiro
The author made some valid points about life and letting go, and she is an eloquent writer, but she was all about, "Oh, what will make me happy? Read morePublished 6 months ago by maryannm