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Author Kimberley Jane is a firm believer in the saying Everything happens for a reason. Although, at times, she hasnt been able to figure out why. In I Just Want My Old Daddy Back, she shares the trials and tribulations in her life and her utmost goal of keeping her family together and healthy.
In this memoir, she offers a collection of writings beginning in 1996 and continuing through to the present. The entries, pulled from the depths of her heart and body, include thoughts on everything from life after forty, to the importance of family, to the art of writing, to living with love not fear, realizing ones turning points, dealing with challenges, coping with survival, and much more!
I Just Want My Old Daddy Back speaks of one womans courage, persistence, and resilience as she faces life head on. She is confronted with the devastation of her family and her belief system, and a very highly sensitive family and social issue. It serves as inspiration for others who are facing their own trials. It also gives them hope, faith and comfort that where there is a will there is a way to survive anything! This collection also includes a compilation of her favourite mottos as well as her poetry that all helped in her and her familys survival.