"My aunties and uncle are sure I am going to die." Thus begins Life on Encinitas, as told by the author of her memories from childhood through high school. The walk down memory lane begins with the emigration of her father, mother and two brothers from Victoria, British Columbia to Southern California and her subsequent birth months later. Childhood stories of life in Monrovia are sure to bring back special memories for the baby-boomer generation as well as enlighten younger generations of the simple life of growing up during the 1950's and 60's. Life on Encinitas is a tribute to family and friends--a celebration of special memories in the form of a childhood and coming-of-age autobiography.
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