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Sitting at the Kitchen Table with God

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MARIANNE HAD PLENTY OF TIME ON HER HANDS TO DO NOTHING, so she decided to clean the placemats that she had collected over the past fifty years. Fifty years of a wonderful life together with her husband and best friend, Andrew. Fifty years that should have turned into sixty, but would not even turn into fifty-one.

Her wonderful Andrew was dead. Andrew...her friend and careta
Published March 24th 2017 by MindStir Media
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Payal Sinha
Mar 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Sitting at the Kitchen Table is a beautiful story about beautiful people. It takes you on a journey through pain, isolation and loneliness to one of forgiveness, acceptance and love.
Marianne is an old woman in her seventies who has recently been widowed. She had shared a deep bond with her husband and so his loss was all the more painful. Andrew her husband was her life support so in his absence she only felt anger and pain. Her son Scooty had left home a long time ago and even his grandchild wa
Apr 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
Sitting at the Table with God by Sandi Smith is not a warm and fuzzy read, but nevertheless, it is a good read. Dealing with a heavy topic – death – Smith handles it in a way that feels honest. The main character, Marianne, finds herself a sudden widow at seventy. After being married for fifty years, the loss of her husband is overwhelming. For anyone who has ever lost someone you’ve loved, you will recognize many of the feelings Marianne has, as well as how she is going through the various stag ...more
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