I focus on mostly Christian fiction or non-fiction books. However, I read other books occasionally, including cookbooks and other books that catch my interest. If you enjoy some or all of my interests, I'd love to hear from you. -Glenajo
"Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read."--Groucho Marx
Widow Harriet Beamer still living in the house where she
spent her married life and raised her son, awaits that son’s arrival from
California. Her son and his wife arrive to discover her on the floor after a
fall from a ladder while putting up Christmas decorations. Harriet bets her
daughter-in-law that the ankle is not broken and if it is Harriet will move to
California if it is broken. After the broken ankle heals, Harriet decides to
move to California, but to travel there by local public transportation as much
as possible. Along the way, Harriet has many adventures, meets many new
friends, and reaches some conclusions.
I loved this book. Reading about Harriet’s adventures is
just plain fun, and definitely reveals that elderly women have a great deal of
life left to live. Harriet is a character that you want to pull out of the book
to visit with, and make your new best friend. I would recommend this book for women of all ages and men
who want more insight into an elderly woman’s psyche.
Just discovered this is to be a series......can't wait for more.