This true story is so unbelieving it can be mistaken as fiction. The protagonist is the mother of six children. She struggles in a dramatic determination to achieve her lifelong goal to become a teacher, along with trying to find a balance betweenMoreThis true story is so unbelieving it can be mistaken as fiction.
The protagonist is the mother of six children. She struggles in a dramatic determination to achieve her lifelong goal to become a teacher, along with trying to find a balance between raising and educating her children. While her children look forward to a better life when their mother completes her education and gets a job, she tries to find ways to help them survive on a meager income.
This book tells how the mother was abandoned by the man she married, and how she was uprooted from her extended family. She was left alone to survive with her children on a balding landscape of life. As she draws her strength from her Source of power, she depicts a recreation of an extended family in her present community setting many miles away from her roots. The mother does more than reveal survival skills in her dramatic, captivating story.
Reading the book is a mirror. It touches the lives of single parents and married couples with children. The book shows how a family can emerge into a spiritual unity. This is what some critics said about an excerpt or a chapter in the book: 1 was practically on my toes, the story forced me to read every page, hoping and praying that the boy would get the bike for Christmas.
The story is so full of drama. Thats what good writing is all about Bravo Sandra Horton University Professor of Music 1 read at least 10 to 12 books a month. This one is so different and among the best. I felt like getting inside of the mother and helping her out in her plight. Your ability to combine your literary craft with a true story is just simply remarkable The part about, multi-lighted windows of a newly builtsubdivision were staring at me through a wet, misty foggy morning like yellow eyed jungle cats waiting for prey.
I found myself reading it over and over again. What can I say? Its simply didactic. Loved it Joan Love International Motivational Speaker