Forever and a Day: Stories of Love

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Bright Sky Press, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 80 pages
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A gift book for the many seasons of love.

Who but a doctor, who sees so much of humanity, is in a better position to write of love, a subject so elusive that e. e. cummings once called it "the mystery of mysteries." So, it remains, but as these vignettes show, it can take many forms. There's the teenage crush inspired by all those nights of waltzing with Patricia Kelly at Mrs. McNamara's School of Ballroom Dancing, or the bond formed while flying with a father who was much more stable in the air than on the ground. And, what about the feelings that propel a father to take his daughters on a late-night train ride to escape the season of divorce. Whether you're in or out of love, you are sure to be inspired by these touching stories, beautifully illustrated with fine art, and share them with someone you love.

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Dr. Sander is a family physican in NYC.

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