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Lots of Laughter

Biography & autobiography


by
Valerie Combie

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 314 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Lots of Laughter: Praise for the Good Old Days is a reflection of the Antigua culture and customs that enveloped Valerie Knowles Combie as she grew up in the small village of Cedar Grove. From a young age Valerie and her friends learned to treat all adults with the same respect they showed their own parents, because it wasn’t just your parents who raised you, it was the village. The culture of loving your neighbor as if they were your own family, working hard, and being involved in your church is what life was all about for the people Valerie knew growing up as a child, and it is what defines her as an individual today. Encompassing everything from the process of building houses to old family recipes, Valerie delves into her memory bank to give the reader a vivid picture of the day-to-day life and culture of the Antigua she once knew. Lots of Laughter proves to be insightful and heartwarming for anyone who has ever had a longing for the good old days.

Lots of Laughter: Praise for the Good Old Days is a reflection of the Antigua culture and customs that enveloped Valerie Knowles Combie as she grew up in the small village of Cedar Grove. From a young age Valerie and her friends learned to treat all adults with the same respect they showed their own parents, because it wasn’t just your parents who raised you, it was the village. The culture of loving your neighbor as if they were your own family, working hard, and… (more)

Lots of Laughter: Praise for the Good Old Days is a reflection of the Antigua culture and customs that enveloped Valerie Knowles Combie as she grew up in the small village of Cedar Grove. From a young age Valerie and her friends learned to treat all adults with the same respect they showed their own parents, because it wasn’t just your parents who raised you, it was the village. The culture of loving your neighbor as if they were your own family, working hard, and being involved in your church is what life was all about for the people Valerie knew growing up as a child, and it is what defines her as an individual today. Encompassing everything from the process of building houses to old family recipes, Valerie delves into her memory bank to give the reader a vivid picture of the day-to-day life and culture of the Antigua she once knew. Lots of Laughter proves to be insightful and heartwarming for anyone who has ever had a longing for the good old days.

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