My house is foreclosingwhere am I going to live? This stupid cast on my arm is keeping me from writing, and I can't return to work for a month. I'm broke, (again.) All at once my life was turned upside down by, of all things, a bicycle accidentor was it an accident? Perhaps or maybe it was a wake-up call. "So I made a list of all the things I need to get done before they lock me out of my house, but I really don't care. Today I don't feel like doing anything," I said with a smile. And with that, I hung out with Jan on a spring afternoon, eating dalmas and humus, (and a brownie.) The following few months I realized a few thingswhat a true friend is; how insignificant I actually was; how great brownies are; and there might actually be a "God."
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This is a wonderful look inside a beautiful human being. The title immediately caught my eye, as I am a cyclist, and I'm glad it did so. This manuscript does an excellent job of detailing how Zhuska took each event in her life, either good or bad, and used it to grow into a fantastic example of how to triumph over adversity. I can't say enough of how I learned from this book to deal with the broken shoelaces which up until now have been deterrents to my personal advancement. Thank you Zhuska. I hope people will read this review and give your book consideration and then offer this gift to friends, family and even strangers who need a push in the right direction.