Just Another Day is a series of blogs written in the 1980's about raising four kids on a Farm in the Finger Lakes of New York: Hayrides with neighbors, weaving grapevine wreathes with friendship, getting stuck in creek mud... you know, good old fashion fun...except for the rude encounter with the Roller Derby Queen...
"Bobbie has a unique swagger complemented by a grace that I thoroughly enjoy and audiences respond to. Without a doubt, she is her own person, and has the ability to command attention without being outrageous or attention grabbing. Her written work reflects creative honesty. Furthermore, she has the skills to dissect complex nuances and easily transition those characteristics to crystallize the commonality of the human experience."
- William E. Berry, Jr., Publisher & CEO, aaduna, inc.
Previous Reviews of 'Just Another Day':
FIVE STARS - "An enchanting inspirational book by an obviously extremely caring writer." - Jan Marshall
FIVE STARS - "This book with its beautifully-worded snapshots of family life will leave you refreshed and ready to tackle "just another day" in your own life. Told in short vignettes, the book allows you to start or end your day with a single entry and a smile or to devour the whole book in just one sitting by a cozy fireplace on an indoor day." - DeeReads
FIVE STARS - "Beautifully written, heart-felt and zany stories about real life and real people on this farm in rural america. Children are the number one crop on the Panek Farm. These stories resonate far beyond the page. A book for everyone." - Tim
FIVE STARS - "A great read for many generations! Just Another Day is a refreshing read in a world that is saturated with online motherhood blogs and stories that don't always highlight the simple joys of raising children. Bobbie's voice is light and warm, her stories easy but filled with meaning and purpose. The stories are easily digestable and relatable. I have even read a few to my 3 year old, and just when I think he isn't paying attention, he will ask me what something is or what it means." - Emma
|Publisher:||Downtown Books & Coffee|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(d)|
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