Pebbles in the Road
Pebbles in the Road takes you inside the extraordinary experiences of joy, sorrow, strength, hope and survival in one woman's life. From a difficult childhood through the 50s and 60s in Brisbane, Australia to abusive and neglectful relationships, motherhood, and the love and loss of a son ... these are the happenings that have shaped a life. Readers will be able to relate to what it was like growing up in a time when children could be children and those too young to know will enjoy the anecdotes of an era filled with things we take for granted now. This story is about finding strength in the face of the greatest adversity and the courage to make choices. During challenging times in our life, ultimately we are responsible for our own well-being and happiness.
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