A resident of Massachusetts, Democrat Elizabeth Warren is no stranger to the world of politics and lawmaking. In fact, she is a bonafide superstar in the world of diplomacy. Fierce and unflinching in her beliefs, Warren has spent much of her life teaching law and fighting, tooth and nail, for middle class Americans. She earned the respect of millions of people for her ability to lead, communicate, and get things done in the face of hard choices and aggressive competition.
What's special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She's as ordinary as any other fifth grader. And yet her ordinary life is riddled with hilarious and sometimes heart-breaking mishaps as she guides herself through the world of pre-teens on the brink of adulthood. She's the new girl at school, uprooted from her beloved state of Texas and relocated to the hillbilly Ozarks of Springdale, Arkansas. She tries to hold it together as she weathers stubborn parents, vicious dog attacks, and petty cat fights.
This book started as an experiment, to change the face of one's life and to rescue its author from a negativity, which can only be described as misery. What the author found difficult was life itself, what does this all mean? Life, in many ways can be utterly punishing, totally insane and under-deserved. What we must recognize is that there is a pathway towards redemption, but, we will not find it out of context, we will find it moving towards context, the context of one's life.