Clay for the Potter tells the remarkable story of Sarah Mitchell Gettys. From her childhood years on the windswept Colorado plains, a time of struggling farmers and one-room schoolhouses, through her travels around the world as a young woman and educator, all the way to her later years as an entrepreneur and business owner, Sarah's is a uniquely American story that perfectly reflects the changing landscape of our nation. qLife is like building a house. Each wall is made up of memories, which are a result of the decisions we make and the actions we take, as we go through life. We ourselves are the builders and eventually we are the ones who have no choice but to live in the house we have built for ourselves. My qwallsq embrace me with warmth and a great deal of love. I am a happy camper.qAgain, I wonder why anyone would leave the piedmont at the foothills of the beautiful Rockies, and return to the barrenness of the undeveloped prairies of ... Pioneer settlers hauled water by wagon team, sometimes from great distances, until such a time as they could drill a well on their own property. ... Often, in a high wind, some part of the windmill breaks. ... sod were visible all my growing up years.
|Title||:||Clay for the Potter|
|Author||:||Sarah M. Gettys|
|Publisher||:||Inspiring Voices - 2012-06-19|