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A soul-baring memoir. Brutally honest. The ending was abrupt, not at all what I was expecting. Overall an eye opener to the suffering and the ways in which one woman copes with... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Joyce E Stearns
Good story about a woman and her ability to manage through some tough times with the help of her canine buddies. I always love a good dog story.Published 2 months ago by Laura Werley
I love Abigail Thomas and everything she writes. I wish we were neighbors.Published 2 months ago by Maureen Buley
Well, 3.5 stars is probably more accurate. This story of how the author and her severely brain-injured husband coped with the tragedy of his accident really has relatively little... Read morePublished 2 months ago by William E. Adams
This is the best thing I have read in a while. Poignant, honest and real, it touched my heart. The title is appropriate, and I empathized with the author's random thoughts and the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by CaroSteelMagnolia
This is a good, easy read, a sad story even sadder that it's true. How do we know what tomorrow will bring and how we will handle it?Published 3 months ago by Beverley J. Irwin