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Gretchen Louise Gretchen Louise said: "This was a fun read, filled with random stories of food and family, from the point of view of a mother and daughter. I couldn't help but laugh at the mother's tales of distracted cooking--I saw myself in so many of them. Meanwhile, her organized daug...more "

 
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Its not that he didn’t appreciate his dishwasher. There was something about washing dishes by hand that was therapeutic, as if he could wash away the regrets of the past and photos he wanted to wipe out of his memory forever.James L. Rubart
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Spirit Bridge
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“Its not that he didn’t appreciate his dishwasher. There was something about washing dishes by hand that was therapeutic, as if he could wash away the regrets of the past and photos he wanted to wipe out of his memory forever.”
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“We are so good at treating the symptoms and so lacking in curing the disease.”
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