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This little book packs alot in it. Not only do you get a story with characters you can like, admire, hate and be bored with...you get all kinds of helpful tips about decorating, etc. I liked it just fine but the very best part was the homeless woman....if you only buy it for that alone it will be worth it.Sure made me think about how easily we judge what is on the surface and how easily life can change. I wouldn't have thought I would have needed that reminder,I guess we all do. I'm glad I purchased this book.
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I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would based on the reviews I had read. I found myself laughing out loud at the incident of the rotten chicken left in the refrigerator.
I like the way that Claire Cook examines the stages of women's lives when reinvention seems to be the best available option. As someone who is faceing a reinvention -- it was perfectly timed for me.
Told in the first person by Sandra Sullivan we follow her as she de-clutters a house ready for sale and then decides to do the same to her own.
The story is well balanced between her hints and tips and what is happening in her life.
"everyone has a junk drawer/cupboard" she says that's true I've got one.
An enjoyable book, well performed by Janet Metzger who brought the story to life.