Abby has just one wish: that her daughter might be touched by the beauty of her 92-year-old grandmother's stories, before it's too late. A mother-daughter journey "home" becomes an adventure of discovery--about the importance of family and the healing found in forgiveness.Abby has just one wish: that her daughter might be touched by the beauty of her 92-year-old grandmother's stories, before it's too late. A mother-daughter journey "home" becomes an adventure of discovery--about the importance of family and the healing found in forgiveness.Read Less
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I really enjoyed this book. It took a deep look into the relationships of women in families with a Christian focus. I highly recommend that you read this if you are a woman and you want to better understand your family. It always helps to see someone else's point of view because it gives you another perspective...happy reading!!
Apr 11, 2007
Read it with your mom and daughter.
This is a wonderful book that the women in your family will all want to read and pass to their friends. Robin is a delightful writer, (and a great friend). You'll feel like you've made a friend after you read any of her funny and moving books.
Apr 2, 2007
This book about multi-generations was such a delight. It is so true that skipping a generation you can become friends with your grandparent or grandchild.
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