Melonie Corder wrote:
Looking back, it was worth it. Every bit of suffering was worth the memories, the experiences and lessons those two gave me. The love, patience, guidance, confidence, all of it. There's something to "it's better to have loved and lost..."
Jay Angler wrote:
Thank you for the book reference. Our regional library has 22 holds on 2 copies of it, so I guess I'll be hold number 23!
Hang in there, and I hope you can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Thank you so much for the offer, but I really try to support my regional library for all the people who don't have the space or money to own books they'd benefit from reading. If the book takes too long to come, I'll pester the Manager to buy a couple more copies! I did that with Restoration Agriculture which constantly had a long list of reserves on it, and they bought two more copies. I'm at the point that if I bring home a new book, I need to give away an old book.
I'm happy to purchase a copy of the audiobook for you, if that would be of interest for you. It would be my pleasure.