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A quintessential woman's book, Pink Lemonade chronicles a six-decade journey through the arts, using the steppingstones of poetry, drawing, short stories and essays to navigate difficult pathways.
Along the way, author Samantha Adams introduces us to some fascinating women, from shy Martha Brown, the Campbell family laundress, to Sister Stanisia, an accomplished artist/nun who doesn't know where babies come from. Other characters portrayed are Kara Winston, a young mother who finds the courage to return to college in an unlikely place; Ellie, an attractive, middle-aged divorcee undergoing sterilization; and Elizabeth, an older married women who is forced to let go of a loved one twice.
Divided into six chapters illustrated by Adams, Pink Lemonade offers hope to anyone struggling with unexpressed feelings of sadness, powerlessness or anger. Samantha Adams demonstrates through her own experiences how the arts, especially those with spiritual underpinnings, enabled her to transform life's tragedies into triumphs.
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|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)|
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Childhood to Age 14 Adaptation||1|
|Chapter 2||The Teenage Years to Age 20 Gestation||21|
|Chapter 3||From 20 to 30 Procreation||52|
|Chapter 4||From 30 to 40 Domestication||64|
|Chapter 5||From 40 to 50 Transformation||92|
|Chapter 6||Turning 50 Realization||131|
|About the Author||167|