"Earlier that morning, she'd had a home. But now, all that was left on the property was a dog. Luanne could see him sitting there all alone as her husband urged the old station wagon up the grassy hill with no driveway. A fall storm might enough to rip the sheets off the line had kicked up and the blue nylon pup tent they'd been living in was gone. Luanne thought about that for a moment, but when you've been through a lot, a tent seemed insignificant. In truth, she was more concerned about the dog."
So begins Peggy Frezon's latest publication, Heart to Heart, Hand in Paw - How One Woman Finds Faith and Hope through the Healing Love of Animals. Peggy shares the story of her mother, Luanne, as she plows through her dream of living in Vermont and enjoying a simple life. Dealing with neurotic animals, daily struggles, and country life mishaps, Luanne sticks with her dream to live the life she has envisioned.
If you are an animal lover, like me, then you will certainly enjoy this book. It also encompasses that quintessential dream of living the country life. I think more people share this specific dream than might care to admit. Peggy has a unique talent of connecting with readers as she writes about that wonderful bond between people and animals.
I would like to share this book, that Peggy sent me, with one of my readers. If you would like to receive a copy to read, just leave me a comment telling me your favorite thing about country life. As you live it, or imagine it!
I will announce a winner on Tuesday!