Walking Down Life's Path - Memoirs

eBook (PDF), 148 Pages
(3 Ratings)
Price: $9.50
Life hasn’t been easy at times for Barb. She was in a physically and mentally abusive relationship, and had to deal with the devastation of losing her second child. Although, she has had these struggles in her life, this book isn't only about the bad times. She has found true happiness with her husband, John, who treats her with love and respect. Barb hopes that some of these stories will make you laugh, inspire you, give you hope, or just make you feel good. Barb has been writing her memoirs for about five years. This book is bits and pieces of the first half of her life, and she hopes to finish the last half of her life with many more stories to come.
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  • By laura vargas
    Oct 15, 2009
    I previewed your book and it really made me smile. I love how you described the 60's & 70's. I was born in 1970 and it really brought back some great memories that I have. And the embarrasing stories, such as the toilet plunger, just made me laugh. I this a book like this could really brighten someones day.
  • By Barb Foley
    Aug 14, 2008
    "A Review by Michael Earnest Sweet ..." Please read Michael Earnest Sweet's review by going here:
  • By lesliejones6544
    Jul 27, 2008
    "Walking Down Life's Path by Barb Foley" I've read this book cover-to-cover and I really loved it. My favorite story was about Licorice. It was interesting, informative and hilariously funny. Barb has a great sense of humor. The thing I like most about Barb's memoirs is that in spite of having many hard knocks from life, she's always come out on the other side saying, "Well, I learned this from that experience and now I'm ready to move on." Barb gives credit to a Dale Carnegie course she took. I think it's more her personality and take on life that makes her so upbeat, not Dale Carnegie. This book is terrific. I hope Barb will write another book of memoirs when she's about 65 or 70. And another one when she's in her 90's or 100's.
  • By Laeia Jackson
    Jul 13, 2008
    Written with a reminiscent voice full of fondness that almost makes those who are too young to have experienced "Te 60s and 70s" yearn for its simplicity.
    Jul 11, 2008
    "Barb's Sister!" I'm Janet: Barb's sister, I think her book is just fabulous! The story on the eel was true to the end, except she left out how I jumped on the couch in between trying to catch the little bugger before my husband got home, (While she was laughing) and, she wouldn't help! This is truely a great book. And, I'm not being partial because she's my sister. We will often review each other's books. P.S. We both laughed when I got him back in the tank. He was the dirtiest and the hairiest looking thing we had ever seen /thinking my husband wouldn't notice! Yes1 We were still laughing.
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Barbara A. Foley
September 29, 2011
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