I've Become My Mother. . .: And Other Observations
From the lightning bug dance of a summer night to the charm of Chautauqua Institution in winter, from spring's maple sugarin' season to the grape-rich aromas of autumn, from hardware stores to porches, from rocking chairs to wind chimes, I've Become My Mother serves up slices of life with wisdom and humor. This selection of essays is drawn from the files of "Moseyin' Along," a popular back-home column which has appeared for more than a dozen years in a group of up-state New York weeklies.
Readers seeking an antidote to the stresses of the big city will join those who treasure memories of the rural northeast in celebrating these glimpses of a slower-paced lifestyle.