The author gives us an opportunity to experience some of the more memorable moments in her long, rich life. First, as a child growing up in a small town in Kansas during the Depression, later as one of the fortunate young women who went to college during that time, and then as the wife of a very successful Presbyterian minister for 50 years.
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My First Ninety Years
This autobiography was written as if you were having a conversation with the author.
It was a wonderful read of two beautiful love stories. You truly did have a blessed life and hope I can say the same at 90! Thank you for sharing your life!
My first ninth years
I loved this story. It is short and not that detailed but let you think about how it was to live so long ago. I enjoy following other and finding out just what it was like.