Each generation endures Storms of the Century that are promptly forgotten by succeeding generations. This book takes you into the heart of New York and New England for a breath taking tour of a storm that challenged the way we did things back in the late 19th century. One can feel the snap of the wind or the bitterness of the cold in the prose as well as the reading. A fine short read.
Yes, With My Grandchildren One Day.
The Author Teaches You That Blacks And Whites Are Just AS Humans As Each Other, But You Don't Know About Each Others Sufferings Until You Are In Each Others Skin Color.
Some Pronunciations Of some Words
When He Was On The Bus And Offered The Lady To Seat Next To Him And She Was Rude To Him, That Made Me Sad.
I Really Enjoyed Him Mentioning That He Was Catholic OR Was Looking For A Catholic Church At Least.