Turning Thirty, Forty, Fifty. . .: A Journal

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 204 pages
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This journal, covering a twenty-year span, is filled with sporadic entries and short stories, and invites you into the Tuttle home. You meet the children as they are born; and know them as theymature, marry wonderful spouses and have children of their own. You will get an insight into a happy marriage and a large family's experiences filled with day-to-day joys and character builders. The storyteller, Marcia Tuttle, also shares her feelings on: Being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Utah Olympics,attending college at 35 and teaching at 40, and stereotypical attitudes toward women, aging and weight problems, coping with depression, a cynical outlook, politics, and the sweetness of family life.Above all, Marcia Tuttle shares her belief that no matter how different you are from others, or even possibly, how alike, you can still co-exist within your culture and even triumph.

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