Moving yet unsentimentalCohens fluid prose lifts her forceful story to a higher level, making it a tribute to her father and her family.Publishers Weekly
The adventure and peril of everyday living captured in language thats light, beautiful, and razor-sharp.Kirkus Reviews
Elizabeth, a member of the sandwich generation, people caught in the middle of simultaneously caring for their children and for their aging parents, is the mother of Ava and the daughter of Daddy and responsible for both. Hers is the story of a womans struggle to keep her family whole, to raise her child in a house of laughter and love, and to keep her father from hiding the house keys in his slippers.
In this story full of everyday triumphs, Elizabeth, a suddenly single mother with a career and a mortgage and a hamper of laundry, finds her world spiraling out of control yet full of beauty. Faced with mounting disasters, she chooses to confront life head on.
In this beautiful book, Elizabeth Cohen gives us a true and moving portrait of the love and courage of a family.
Elizabeth Cohen is a reporter and columnist at the Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York. She has written for the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, and other publications. She and her family live in Port Crane, New York.
Narrated By : Craig Deitschmann with a supporting cast
Published By : Blackstone Audio Inc
Categories : Politics
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