Reflections, a Columnist's Journey Through Time: Walk with Me

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - 225 pages
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"Reflections: A Columnist's Journey Through Time" reads like a personal journal, honest and intimate in Jarmy's often poetic way with language. Readers follow her as she shares her will - thought out reactions to both personal and public events. By the end of the book, readers have gained entry into the mind and heart of the author. She journeys from in long marriage woman past fifty and finally is in deep and satisfying new marriage. All the time, readers discover the drama of national and local happenings as seen through the eyes of a woman, caring and passionate about freedom, education and human relationships. In columns from 1992 to the present, we became involved with reactions to present-day dangers, the sorrows of September 11, 1991 and the war in Iraq. But before that, the author writes of less traumatic events: a kind of Ya-Ya Sisterbook of her long-time friendships, travels to vacations via ship, air and automobile, memories of New York City and the Bronx and a whole host of family interactions, some lovely and some sad. Quote: "Reflections" as my column is called, reveals my opinions and worries, my musing about the world of nature and the nature of man.

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