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A Clock, a Coffee Pot, and a Field of Lilies

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A Clock, A Coffee Pot and a Field of Lilies will take you ona journey, painted by the tears of a grieving daughter of an alcoholic and drug addict. Abigail begins her story the week before her father passed away after a courageous battle with cancer.
"There he was, a soft, glowing Buddha Man... I wanted to know his secrets to Zen. I told him he was enlightened and he shoul
Paperback, 159 pages
Published 2009 by Ask Lula Belle, LLC
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Jun 22, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Great Book! Anyone who knew Dr. Mike (or Bill W.) will love this book and his 12 step journey through life. Dr. Mike was a one of a kind and a life saver to many. I smiled and cried as I read the book and couldn't help but remember the "Blue Book" as I was reading. So many times as a new parent I would call after hours and after laughing with me Dr. Mike would always refer me to the Blue Book. He was my pediatrician when I had my first son who passed away with SIDS. He recommended I not wait to ...more
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