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By Baker, Jill
A moving memoir of a dog dubbed Dirty Harry who helped a broken woman love life again.
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By Pennington, Lee; Illustrated by Baker, Jill
Poetry, Love songs, explicit and intimate descriptive poetry, drawings.
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By (photographer) Baker, Jill; By Baker, Bob
I consider each more than a poem and more a story in itself. The things that give me inspiration vary from a true life experience to something I see on the side of the road. As we all travel through life we encounter happiness and sorrow but through each we become a stronger wise...r person. We all go through the same good times and rough times in life and hopefully a page in this book whether a poem or a photo will be just what you need at that time to help you through. So live your life to the fullest and understand that our life path is already in place and just waiting for us to take the next step. EXCERPT: Little Towns Die I love to drive the back roads throughout this land But there is one thing I notice time and time again Every small town is full of the stores that are closed There are no longer small stores to buy shoes and clothes The bicycle shop and lunch counter are no longer there Just empty buildings with broken glass everywhere The new four lane highway was built around this small town Then after this happened these small stores were left to drown Kids no longer ride bikes Saturday downtown to the show They have no reason to even go to town anymore you know Everything is bought online or out at the new big box store Walking on the towns crowded streets will happen no more As I slowly drove around this deserted little town I wanted to cry Because so much is lost when we let these little towns die From My World To Yours, Bob BakerRead more
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