On an idyllic summer day in 1952, Anne Meeker innocently heads out from a rustic cabin in the hills of northern New Jersey to pick blueberries along the roadside - or at least that was what her husband and son assume as they watch her head out. Little do they know how that simple foray will change all of their lives forever. While exploring the life of her grandmother, Dori Wolfe weaves a thoughtful and moving story about her father's family and the extraordinary place that holds them together still. “The core true story about a family handling mental illness and the mysterious, guilt-ridden death of such a loved one has truly universal and current relevance, especially with the growing number of Alzheimer cases.” - Mary M. Alber, PHD, MBA “Very moving. Well and concisely told, with warmth, understanding, and insight.” – Townsend Swayze
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Dori Wolfe lives with her extended family on the Wolfeden Farm in Strafford, Vermont. Normally focused on sustainability issues, formerly as co-founder of groSolar and currently as owner of Wolfe Energy, she felt called to take time to create and share this story.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 300 pages. 9.00x0.75x6.00 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1468005634