After raising six kids, Lucetta discovered her husband had fallen in love with another woman. That led her to put everything in storage and travel in developing countries by herself for a year. While out there she jumped off the world’s highest bungee bridge, was French-kissed by a giraffe, was abducted, ate a tarantula in Cambodia and more.
This is the true story of the love and strife as boys become men on a bittersweet journey from campus to combat during the turbulent 1960’s.
step-by-step techniques and tools for handling problems and disagreements easily and effectively
The Art of Health is a fresh, revolutionary approach to health care which will help you take charge of your own health first instead of focusing on what “everyone else” has to say about it. It highlights that you are the #1 authority on your health and that you can take care of yourself not as an overnight fad, but rather as an art.
Sandy, a 1960’s FBI wife, finds herself in territory for which there seems to be no roadmap, yet she knows she is somewhere important , an observer and a participant in an unfolding scene which is impacting her as she moves from assignment to assignment across country under Hoover’s rigid FBI expectations.
My life’s incidents have taught me that nothing is predictable and nothing can last forever.Nowadays, I live my life based on these two premises.
A brave memoir in which the author never presents herself as victim or hero, but rather as a woman who’s willing to take risks to search for what’s real and lasting — and to find in that search, an abundance of love and humor.
Love Me True is a fun and informative work that uses stories to show how deception is part of nearly every problem couples experience. It is valuable reading for those who want to deepen trust and grow closer in their intimate relationships.
A life shared as a young Congressional and White House staffer, through six years of serving the country in Africa, and the great gift of two wonderful sons. A heartwarming telling of unfathomable loss and healing through God’s love and unshakeable faith.
Love was all I wanted, but it was impossible to find. I believed my parents hated me, and I wasn’t willing to listen to their side of the story until later on in life. Time slipped by, and I finally found the courage to take my life into my own hands. I finished school even though my sister had given up and my brothers had fallen into the dark