This is as much a celebration of life as it is a memoir. My husband, Lou, and I each did our own thing but we always helped one another to accomplish what the other needed or wanted. We adored our children and took pleasure in them. I am relishing this pleasure once again while leaving a record for my family to build on and also revealing my personal journey from ignorance to being a student of Judaism. Ah! To have a chance to revisit those times has been wonderful. Not only did I want to leave a record for my children and grandchildren, but I also wanted to go on that grand adventure called alifea once again. True, it had its tragedies; doesnat every life? But its pleasures and high points and our wonderful marriage outweighed everything else.... pins and bread as bait a I would make fish chowder as my mother had or fry them like smelts the way his mother had. ... Instead, I remembered a story I had read that described how Indians planted fish next to their corn to make it grow tall, and ... Most of all, we liked the special Amish pastries and, for Lou, their shoofly pie.
|Title||:||MY LIFE IN POST-ITS|
|Author||:||Marcia Weiss Posner|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-07-17|