Book: Remember Me by Mary Barruccocategories: Book, Grieve Privately, Drain Bank Account, No More Contact, Emotional Support, Battle Rages on, No Back Bone, Overcoming Adversity
Mary Barruccoabout this book: Remember Me is a non-fiction story about one woman's attempts to cope with life throwing everything at her. Mary Ann is looking forward to life with Eddie, her husband. Both have good jobs with the city of New York. Eddie's drinking turns into full-blown alcoholism, and he takes it out on Mary Ann. Mary Ann becomes a compulsive gambler. Eddie receives a really good incentive to stop drinking when his hearth collapses because he needs a heart transplant. Eddie gets his new heart and life improves. That is, until the day Eddie is diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. The end comes quickly. What does a woman do when she has just lost her husband after going through all the pain of heart transplants and lung cancer? She goes crazy That's what.
Now she has to deal with Eddie's family. Mom is 90 years old and has all her faculties, but she can longer live alone. Eddie's brother and his wife convince her to live with them in Florida. The problem is his wife is greedy and manipulative. Mary Ann makes her hatred for Greedy Wife very clear when the draining of the bank account start which the family in New York is able to stop.
Mary Ann brings in a host of memorable charters to explain in very raw and plan-spoken words to explain how the story went on.
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