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Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea Party

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  4 reviews
This is a book about love, the abiding love between mothers and daughters, and the passionate love between a man and a woman.
But mostly, it's about the special love between best friends forever. Woven through the tapestry of a life-long friendship is the story of quiet, reserved Ida Mae Tutweiler and flamboyant daytime TV star Jane Tetley. It's about life, death, hope, and
Paperback, 148 pages
Published April 28th 2000 by Authorlink (first published April 2000)
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Laura McDonald
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This is a captivating story about love and tea. It is told from the point of view of the titular character, Ida Mae, a divorcee grandmother living in Ohio. As the story opens she is waiting for her best friend since she was 10 years old, Jane, to arrive for tea. Jane and Ida Mae have always been complete opposites--Ida Mae being the quiet homebody and Jane the bustling actress. But their friendship works. They complete each other, perhaps mo

The story if a lifelong friendship between two women, one an actress who traveled and married often and the other who never left the town they grew up in and raised a family. My favorite quote was Jane saying, "Between the two of us we've done everything'l
Susan Malone
I've always just loved this book. Full disclosure--I did edit it. But a more beautiful story of friendship you'll never find . . .
excellent- moving book of relationships between women!
Thank You Lynne!!!
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