In her backyard, wet, muddy, and with a dying pigeon at her feet, the author's story begins. Kelly Frederick Mizer's collection of daily journal entries cover one summer of seemingly trivial events that popluate the day-to-day routine of raising three children: bedtime, doctors, grandparents, haircuts, bodily functions, lawn parties, rummage sales, school plays, to name a few. Exact in detail and honest in their telling, Frederick Mizer's daily entries arc and list, explore and accept. Her engaging narrative results in a wonderful, meaningful story of parenthood and childhood, remembrance, and self discovery.The food didna#39;t sit well with me and I regret having any wine at all, as I was instructed to drink lots of water after reiki. Once I had wine after an ... Days like this (driving and waiting, driving and waiting) make me feel like I havena#39;t accomplished anything much at all. Though I did finally do a bunch of laundry, as Sean keeps complaining about the serious lack of underwear in his drawer. I washed all of hisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Summer of the Pigeon|
|Author||:||Kelly Frederick Mizer|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-11|