Another creative writing faux pas sometimes.But overall it was a delightfu, inspirational read of a ma who wa to ome to terms with the onsequences of living way above their means, and hen came crushing down when things went seriously sour.She blamed her husband, he was in charge of the finances, she aid.
She preferred, however, to blame her kind and caring husband who worked 18 hours a day to make ends meet.
I felt connected to her tal, since we live through the same era and experience the same pains.
Her experiences in her first marriage scared the living daylights out of me.
I liked her experiences with the remote lifestyle, the animals, the chicken, and their new-found discoveries of an old, but to them, new lifestyle out in the sticks.
I ad no much fun with Jennifer 's experiences.
:-)) Oh there are not any of those.I loved Jennifer 's honesty, or can I say, limited honesty, for it is a boo after all.
There are real identifiable people involved.
Basically, she taught her reader how to create a dollop of humor to hardships, and it worked.
She lso taught her reader the magic of friendship between husband and son.