MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180;

Antly weaving a narrative of her complicated yet transformative relationship with Nana—a fierce stubborn and independent woman who managed a business until she was —Cary looks at Nana’s impulse to control people and fate from the early death of her mother and oppression in the Jim Crow South to living on her own in her New Jersey homeCary knew there might be some reckonings to come Nana was a force Her obstinacy could come out in unanticipated ways—secretly getting a driver’s license to show up her husband carrying on a longtime feud with Cary’s.

ladysitting book Ladysitting MOBIAntly weaving a narrative of her complicated yet transformative relationship with Nana—a fierce stubborn and independent woman who managed a business until she was —Cary looks at Nana’s impulse to control people and fate from the early death of her mother and oppression in the Jim Crow South to living on her own in her New Jersey homeCary knew there might be some reckonings to come Nana was a force Her obstinacy could come out in unanticipated ways—secretly getting a driver’s license to show up her husband carrying on a longtime feud with Cary’s.

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MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; Lorene Cary born Philadelphia Pennsylvania is an American author educator and social activistCary grew up in a working class neighborhood in Philadelphia Pennsylvania In she was invited to the elite St Paul's boarding school in New Hampshire on scholarship entering in St Paul's second year of co education as one of the less than ten African American female students She spe.

10 thoughts on “Ladysitting

  1. Tina SmithBrown Tina SmithBrown says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIHonestly I don't know who's tougher the 100 year old grandmother holding on to life with the strength of a prize fighter or the mid life always keep your feet moving granddaughter I do know that this book is a knock out take no prisoners work of non fictionA truly moving battle of the human spirit


  2. Gerry Gerry says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIAfter hearing Lorene Carey speak recently at the Free Library of Philadelphia I couldn't wait to listen to the audiobook read by the author I enjoyed it every bit as much as I expected to Carey has a wry sense of humor as well as great empathy and narrated the story of her relationship with her grandmother with wit and compassion while also giving voice to the conflicting emotions she experienced while caring for her grandmother during the last years of her life first while her grandmother continued to live alone in her home in Collingswood and later


  3. Martha Anne Toll Martha Anne Toll says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIHere’s my review of this book on NPR


  4. Sarah Sarah says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIThe topic of caring for an elderly relative during the last year of their life is difficult but could also be beautiful in the face of that difficulty I guess that’s what I was hoping to read in this memoir Unfortunately the author didn’t dig deep enough to get there and the storytelling was unfortunately tedious


  5. Jackie Jackie says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBISwing and a missThis was just not a great book for me though it addressed many of my interests elderly issues end of life caregiving an elderly family member and the geriatric pop


  6. Kate Kate says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBILoved this book I listened to the audio read by the author and will read by her for sure Interwoven with her experience of providing hospice care to her grandmother are stories about other family members and several generations of relatives going back to the reconstruction period of the South


  7. Karrie Karrie says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIMy favourite part of this story is the title it illustrates the respect and infantalizing that we aim at our elders I expected personal remembrances than historical ones


  8. Kathy Kathy says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIThanks Beth for the recommendation I liked it also and tried to find another of her books to listen to but none are available in my libraries


  9. Cary Cary says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBII am stunned by the beauty of this minister's anguished relationship with Nana who has been dying for awhile the history of her family tied up in the history of Black America and tied into the new hope of a new century


  10. Rosemary Rosemary says:

    MOBI Lorene Cary #180; Ladysitting eBook #215; #180; ladysitting book, Ladysitting MOBIAnyone who has cared for a loved one at the end of their time here on Earth will appreciate Lorene Cary’s recounting of the last months with her Nana The tough decisions the guilt real and perceived the exhaustion the hope the laughter the tears All woven around her faith and her disjointed family relations Beautifully told Recommend the audiobook in Cary’s own voice


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