Florida, USA | Member Since 2008
One of the most engaging.
The voices and the stories about life, their craft and their family.
Had such a ring of truth. Nothing was really sugar coated.
Ossie and Ruby at their best.
Stories told in first person voices.
The variety and depth of some of the stories.
The vision of the Florida church lady makiing the kids go to Sunday School and her fruit. The sweetness of the grandfather and grandson talking about the love of the grandmother.
Everyone Has A Story To Tell
The family moments. The sacrifices made for the betterment of the family and the love shown to each other.
Not really - Felt too sorry for the family.
Bringing Up BeBe. Child rearing from a different and better perspective.
Tiger Mother Gone Wrong
The moments when the main charater decided to put one foot in front of the other when faced with the unknown to accomplish a greater good.
He slipped in and out of these charaters so seamlessly that you really believed they exisited.
I would not rename it.
It was a great listen.
Making the characters more likable so you will care about what happens to them. The more they spoke, the more I disliked them.
Too much whining.
Yes. To friends that are patience and who enjoy the journey as oppose to the destination of the story.
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