Just There Like a Chair

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Just There Like a Chair

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Just There Like a Chair
by Elizabeth Osborne

This book is about lifes circumstances shaping me to what I become and seeing the negatives of my life and how they reflect through my sons. I decided to shape my children away from the familiarities I knew and experienced great heartache in the process.

This book is an explanation to my sons as to why they got the life they did, why they did not experience the joys of extended family, and why they were not welcomed among their own when they looked for the people with whom they were meant to belong.

About the Author

I live on the fringe of the outback in a small town with a moving population of approximately two hundred people. Stray animals find me and become part of my family. I love the arts and travel to a neighboring town to work in a supermarket on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. My husband works for a local farmer from Monday to Friday, and we delight whenever we can grab time together to enjoy the bush and rivers. Together we have six children in a nuclear family with its own wear and tear that comes with lifebut that is another story.

(2009, paperback, 130 pages)