Growing up in the 1950s was not Ozzie a Harriet and Father Knows Best for Linda C. Wisniewski. Unlike the characters on her favorite TV shows, Linda learned to be quiet, atone for the sins of others, and just plain suffer as a way of life. Only when she came to terms with her Polish Catholic heritage, her physical deformity, and her widowed mother did she find inner peace and the keys to her own happiness. Readers of Angela's Ashes and The Joy Luck Club will enjoy this mother-daughter saga from sorrow to love. Author Susan Wittig Albert calls Off Kilter qa splendid first memoir about the difficult business of finding balance in our lives. Funny, honest, deeply moving, Off Kilter reminds us just how hard it is to adjust to the physical pain, the emotional loss, and even the surprising beauty of being fully who we are.qWe stood at stage left and belted out the words to an audience of family and friends. I felt like a star ... I sank into my seat like a deflated balloon while Annie Haber sang four whole stanzas of aHow Much Is That Doggie In the Window?a Imagineanbsp;...
|Author||:||Linda C. Wisniewski|
|Publisher||:||Pearlsong Press - 2008-04-01|