1 edition of Gift of the Sea found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
I'm not giving up on this book entirely - I may come back to this - but for now, "Eh. Anne Morrow Lindbergh writes of being a woman in America in the fifties. to be at peace with myself. The LL Bean pledge, from a bookshop yet! When I started listening, a part of me thought, Oh. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach—waiting for a gift from the sea. 42 I found a bookmark. An anniversary copy of the book has an introduction by her daughter, Reeve.
We, women, are more alike than we are different and that it even transcends time and generations. The author was a wife and mother during my grandmother's and my mother's generations. Long ago, my great aunt had it on her table. But I sure didn't expect it to be like Dear Abby! I cannot express with her ability her philosophical views on life and Gift of the Sea.
During the fall and winter I go sea glass hunting North of Boston. It was adapted to a movie in 1960.
My husband tells me I should make jewelry when I give up my current job. It is even a lie to pretend to. In the end, Anne seems to have come to terms with the fact she will return to life in the city and the solitude and serenity achieved at the beach will more than likely fade away. I may be the only person on mother earth that thinks this book is over-rated. What a restful day I've had.
She quotes among others , Anne Morrow Lindbergh writes of being a woman in America in the fifties.
Intentions are good, at first, to do all of those things one thinks to do when there is spare time.