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Walker: A Memoir about How I Made a Road


Walker: A Memoir about How I Made a Road

Jill Loree grew up in a singing Lutheran family that looked pretty good on the outside. But inside, issues with alcohol, control and neglect would blot out the truth of who she was. Until one day, she herself stepped through the doors of AA and started finding a better way. Her journey would walk her through the healing waters of forgiveness, acceptance and redemption. Her spiritual path would lead her to create a whole new life. What she learned along the way was that she needed to let go: of old hurts, of expectations, and ultimately, of limitations. This is the story of her path. Sharing it, wrapped gently in humor, is her gift. From PROVERBS AND TINY SONGS You walking, your footsteps are the road, and nothing else; there is no road, walker, you make the road by walking. By walking you make the road, and when you look backward, you see the path that you never will step on again. Walker, there is no road, Only wind-trails in the sea. – By Antonio Machado (1875–1939), translated by Robert Bly

  • ISBN: 9780463908020
  • Author: Jill Loree
  • Published: 2018-08-26 23:50:06
  • Words: 79162
Walker: A Memoir about How I Made a Road Walker: A Memoir about How I Made a Road