Book: Confessions of an Instinctively Mutinous Baby Boomer and her Parable of the Tomato Plant by Marsha Roberts
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Marsha Robertsabout this book: Many years ago I decided that life was too short to focus on the negative. That seemed easy when I was young, but after several speed bumps along the road, it looked like a much tougher choice! My book is about my personal quest to find and hold onto the positive, no matter what happens. In the process I discovered the truly magical, miraculous nature of life and that changed everything. I wrote my Mutinous Boomer book because I wanted to share what I had learned. Actually, it was more than that: I was compelled to tell these stories. Some are everyday experiences, some are about grand adventures all over the world and all are as true as I can remember!
These have been hard times for lots of people. Me too. But in the midst of it all I figured out a way to not only be happy, but to stay happy. I thought that was a subject worth writing about, so I did! Join me on this journey, won't you?
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