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Topic - Grace
When you sign on to become a parent, you're signing on for a great journey - one full of exhilaration, weariness, heartbreak and profound joy.
Not far from the raised garden beds growing leafy greens will be a worm farm that creates compost. Next to that, egg-laying chickens will roam freely.
"Darkroom" (Howard Books), by Joshua Graham: Memories of the Vietnam War and terrible secrets buried over 35 years ago propel "Darkroom," a haunting tale from Joshua Graham.
No sooner had Casey Anthony been acquitted on charges of killing her daughter than her attorneys lashed out against cable news coverage that they said unfairly cast the verdict as shocking.
"Watching the sycamores grow from thin samplings to big, beautiful trees has been pretty amazing," she said. "But sycamores don't last forever. They could replant some if they cut them down."
Bowen's 86-year-old mother, Grace, said she'd also be sad to see the trees go, since she remembers when they were first planted by a local garden club.