- Publisher: Spiral Publishing, Ltd.
- Available in: eBook, Paperback, Large Print, Hardcover
- ISBN: 978-1-63992-003-7
- Published: August 15, 2021
The Changes That Redefine Us All
An Impossible Task Filled with Love
Transitions Revealing More Than We Expect
When Family Secrets Turn Poisonous
On Certain Days, the Hurt Feels Brand New
A Truth Too Hard to Face
Sometimes Everybody Needs Recovery
All the years of life bring change. Beginnings and endings. Differences we welcome or dread. Many unavoidable, no matter how bitter or sweet.
Every one bringing an in-between time that sometimes feels endless. And sometimes passes in a flash.
Join storyteller Kari Kilgore as she explores the passages a lifetime brings.
Includes On Choosing the Perfect Peach Dress, The Worry Trap, An Overdue Truce, At the Heart of It All, What Breaks a Man, and Traditions Worth Keeping
A choice too big for a broken heart
The reality of the loss of one of the most important people in his life clenched up Michael’s chest and made his throat ache.
Revisiting childhood, and so much more…
“Hang on, Mom,” Marlene said, leaving her memories with her footprints and catching up. “That last step is tricky.”
“I guess I know how to go into my own house, Marlene. Even if I don’t live here anymore.”
Digging Out the Toxins of the Past
Sean had quietly wondered why his mother didn’t get the house, or any kind of spousal support that anyone knew of.
Sean figured then and now he just didn’t understand.
Brad figured their father had weaseled out of it.
The Day All Her Best Defenses Fail
Even if she spent October in a technology and communication void, she’d know.
Some part of Sara knew exactly what day it was.
Every single year.
How many last chances does one man deserve?
The last time Reggie heard Scotty’s voice was the day he’d left home a few months short of high school graduation. A last grand screaming match, and his son disappeared from his house and his life.
Learning to Trust Again, Especially Herself
The next breaker rolling in on Lucy’s rising guilt tide was how many huge liquor stores were probably still open, and perfectly willing to take her little brother’s money.
And his fragile new sobriety right along with it.