Where People Like Us Live

“I’m not a philosopher, but it seems that if you stand up for something you believe in, there are always consequences, even if you don’t get socked in the stomach.”

Libby’s family moves a lot.  She has never really had a best friend, and certainly not one like Angie.  For a 14 year old, Libby is remarkably naive, and a little young.  Her family lives on the edge of survival and she knows it but she is remarkably optimistic, or at least placid about her life.   Angie, is not.  She lives on her own edge of survival as well.

Where people like us live may wrap up a little neat but it is an uncomfortable ride getting there, and given the subject matter it should be.

Pages =210 Total = 528, Hours = 1 hr 40 min Total 6 hrs, 40 min

Meanwhile my husband has finished the door and is working on installing the new toilet.  Good thing he is so patient with me.  🙂

Now I must read something light hearted.

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