Be transported back to a different age, where butter was made by hand at home and life took place around the fire. A sharing of stories and a celebration of life in its small precious moments. 'It takes a lot of living to make a house a home. The living connects ancestry to posterity creating a nucleus that supports and strengthens the extended family. Like a tree families put down roots that give support and stability to extended branches. The home family provides a shelter belt and that sheltering can encompass the extended tribe when life gets stormy.' Alice Taylor takes us through her home, reflecting back on the routine of her family life growing up in rural Ireland in the 1950s - a time when food was home-baked and everything was reused. An uplifting account, full of nostalgia and wise words to treasure from Ireland's best-loved author. '[It] warmed my heart and reminded me of the value of family, friendship and community... I was enthralled... wonderful.' Irish Independent on And Time Stood Stillhis song, belted out by Betty Hutton on our radio, did not have a musical backing but instead had the insistent rhythm of a ... Huge rolls of material lined his high shelves and he would climb up a tall stepladder to lift one down, then land it with aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Do You Remember?|
|Publisher||:||The O'Brien Press - 2014-10-27|