"I admit it. I was one of those people who cheered when the hurricane turned in her direction, who watched disaster movies and read post-apocalyptic books by the dozens, and who secretly hoped for The End Of The World As We Know It. Now that it's here, I feel kind of stupid. I'm not even sure why I'm writing this down, as it's doubtful anyone will ever read it. Then again, weirder things have obviously happened.."Ellie Campbell considers herself an ordinary woman. She's a thirty-something wife and mother who's a little out of shape and a lot frazzled. She's always gone along with her husband's latest hobby of prepping, but never given it much thought, until the day comes when everything stops working.With her husband unaccounted for and her kids across town, she must set out to rescue her children and bring them home. As days go by, she must discover her own strengths, and just might realize that she's not so ordinary after all.
The Mom-and -pop motel seems like a nicely wrapped package. Compact enough to make it manageable yet sufficiently varied to keep it exciting. Other people with no prior experience have done it, and survived, so how hard can it be? And so people often dive in without doing their homework, not realizing what it actually means, mislead by their own misconceptions and wishful thinking. It might seem simple, but small does not necessarily means effortless, and a motel is not like any other small home business. When every room is crucial, when one good season does not guarantee another, rain, or shine, or snow, in health or in sickness, the show must go on in order to keep surviving. That is the nature of this business in a nutshell. No wonder then that the burnout rate is rather fast and small motels change hands so often. The mom-and -pop motel is not for the faint of heart.
At present as I sit here, I am now 62 years of age and for some reason have decided this is what I must do. Write a book about my Mother. So here I sit at my computer to fill in all the years of my life with Mom for you to read about.I do not know how it will go or what you will get out of it or even how or when it will end. A 37 year old woman having a child in the 50s, left to raise her on her own. She leaves her hometown with her daugher and starts a new life in another state. Her daughter describes each year of her life with her mother and the town she is raised up in. Their trials and tribulations along the way.
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