Grace (Eventually)

<book coverGrace (Eventually) by Anne Lamott I really like Anne Lamott. She talks, as usual, about the messiness of life and the difficulty of acting the way you want to. About how when she’s in the depths of despair she wants God to fix it right now, with big gestures and miracles. And instead the grace comes slowly, through friends and her own hard work, but is there nonetheless. Her stories are about teaching Sunday School, walking the dog, death, raising a teenager. Somehow, she manages to tell stories of herself at her worst and make herself sympathetic and so funny I could hardly keep myself from reading the whole thing alound to whomever happened to be around.

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I'm a librarian and book worm who believes that children and adults deserve great books to read.
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