Seventeen-year-old Hazel Clarke is no stranger to heartbreaks, and being sent to live with a father she’s never met is the latest in a string of them. Even the beauty of eastern Australia isn't enough to take her mind off of her mother, who suffers from early-onset Alzheimer's and is living in a nursing home in England. But when Hazel meets the friendly, kindhearted Red and his elusive twin, Luca, she begins the slow process of piecing together a new life—and realizes she isn't the only one struggling with grief. As friendships deepen and love finds its way in, Hazel also learns that when you truly love someone, they are never really gone. Don't Forget Me is Victoria Stevens's sparkling debut, and a touching testament to coming of age, falling in love, and finding home in unlikely places.
A Lifeline of HOPE for Those Touched by Substance Abuse and Addiction
Author: Steve M. Grant
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Family & Relationships
Don’t Forget Me is a survival manual and a lifeline for those whose lives have been touched by substance use and addiction. With the pervasiveness of drugs today and death by overdose as the leading cause of death for people under 50 in the US, almost everyone has been directly or indirectly affected by this drug epidemic. Loving someone with substance abuse can be terrifying. Steve Grant shares what he learned during his own difficult journey to encourage and guide other parents who are living with children who are struggling with substance abuse. Don’t Forget Me tells the story of Steve’s two sons, Chris and Kelly, who took distinctly different paths to the same outcome: death by overdose. Steve reveals not only a highlight reel of the things he got right but takes an honest look at the mistakes he made along the way to help other parents avoid those same mistakes. Don’t Forget Me offers time-tested, practical suggestions to assure family members of those struggling with substance abuse they have not lost their mind and encourages them to find hope—even on the darkest days.
It is Christmas Eve and Santa is making his very last call. He fills up the stockings of the two sleeping children, but he's so tired he doesn't notice the cot in the corner. Furious, the baby climbs out of his cot and hurtles after Santa, waving his empty stocking in the air. Up the chimney and onto the roof climbs our intrepid babe, but Father Christmas and his reindeers are ready to take off for home. . .
Danielle Warner was only pretending to hypnotize her brother Peter. So why is Peter acting so strange... so terrifying? Doesn't Peter realize it was all a joke? Danielle and her brother are about to learn a frightening lesson: It's not a good idea to kid around—in The Nightmare Room.
Summary: A comprehensive account of WW1 and Australians' battlefield experiences at Gallipoli, on the Western Front and in the Middle East. Includes the desert campaigns fought by the lighthorsemen and the contribution of the Navy, Flying Corps and the nurses.
Eliana Costa has never kissed a guy. Her best guy friend, Jess, is more than willing to help her out. He has plenty of experience, since he finds a new girlfriend every other week. But when a practice kiss brings on feelings Eliana hadn't bargained for, her already messy life is thrown into a new level of chaos. Life is already more than she can handle after her dad's disappearance. Eliana worries that if she admits her feelings to Jess, she just might lose her best friend. And right now, a best friend is all she needs. But when another girl tries to date Jess, Eliana is forced to decide if taking a chance on love is worth the risk.
This first in-depth look at the life and brief, brilliant career of Eddie Cochran, based on recollections by family, friends, and fellow musicians. Reveals his lasting legacy on generations of artists, from the Beatles to today.
Claudia is an accomplished young lady who will soon turn thirty-five. After several serious relationships and one engagement, she feels she needs a respite in her life. Spending a month in a Gioffoni, Italy, her parents' hometown, seems the likely place to see relatives, eat great food, and enjoy the warm hospitality of the Italians. As an editor, her job is all about deadlines, and a month away would not be easily excepted by her editor in chief. She decides to make her time in Gioffoni a working vacation, freelancing on a manuscript to meet her deadline. Meeting family and making new friends, Claudia falls in love with Gianfranco. He is handsome, well-spoken, and always impeccably dressed, but there is one drawback-he has a girlfriend. What begins as innocent flirtations by both develops into a love that fuels their soul. Obstacles, real and unseen, bring an end to their relationship but never their love. Claudia goes back to America and tells Gianfranco, "Don't forget me." He replies, "Only if I forget my name I will forget you." A twist in events brings about their reunion and a promise to live happily ever after.
Parker doesn't quite understand why people are so happy all the time. He doesn't feel that often, especially not in his own home. But at least he has a roof over his head, right? Parker didn't want that nowadays. He spent his days trudging through hallways, twisting his hands and trying to remain unseen. Well... until he met- Eryn doesn't quite understand why his mom is still with her abusive boyfriend. He's angry most of the time. People were just too much for Eryn's loud head. His best friend dragged him into work one day, and he was miserable, to say the least. Well... until he met- Parker and Eryn are whirled through this life together in a story infused with romance and terrifyingly real feelings, something neither had felt before. Suddenly, both of them had to think about the emotions they felt for each other... and the consequences of those feelings. Published by Blue Forge Press.
In this heartfelt journey, families contain all of it. There?s simply no tidy, predictable emotional or dynamic boundary to draw around these most primal of human units. Even those who don?t know their biological families have collective relationships that daily test their autonomy, individuality, self-worth and dreams.
Address Book Flamingo ~ Organizer Your All Address Notebook with Anniversaries and Birthdays for Elderly, Size 6x9
Author: AlexarnBook Studio
Address Book Flamingo For Contacts, Addresses, Home, Mobile, Work, Notes is the perfect book to keep all your important Address Notebook, with tabs 2 letters per page, This book has approximately 110 pages and is large printed on high quality, It is simple, clear and easy to use for Aging! an address notebook included Anniversary & Birthday section. Great for Elderly, Men and Women.Address Book Details : Larger size provides space for more than 320 contacts Alphabetized A-Z pages, 2 letters per page ex. A/B, C/D, E/F 3 Addresses Record Per Page. 6 Pages of Any notes Record. Size 6x9 inch White paper interior 110 off-white sturdy pages Type soft cover, glossy This Address Book Perfect gift for Seniors, Women, Parent who would like to record address information.
This memoir chronicles three southern European clans, their migration to the United States, and intertwining, as well as hard working, warm, loving, and close-knit personal values they bestowed on their kin. Their story flows across Europe and North America from the mid 19th to the late 20th centuries. Family bonds survived and strengthened despite parental and sibling deaths, boarding schools, upheavals in occupied Romania during WW I, personal tragedies, separations imposed by WW II and the Communist bloc, civil war, and financial struggles. The Theodosious present a microcosm of southern European immigration to the United States in the earliest 1900s. From seemingly endless lines of railroad track stretching out before repair gangs of excited young Greeks in their first jobs in America to opening of substantial business establishments, they were comforted in the knowledge their toils would someday benefit their progeny.
On the evening of 19 July 1916 on a strip of farmland north of Fromelles, the AIF fought its first battle in France. Outnumbered two to one, a well-organised German division faced two divisions, one Australian and the other British, and yet inflicted a costly defeat. By dusk the following day there were 2436 Allies dead and 4123 wounded, no territory gained and only 501 Germans killed and 943 injured. As far as the Australians were concerned, at the disastrous battle of Fromelles, their commander, Major General McCay, was obsessed with ambition and glory on the battlefield. At dawn on 20 July, McCay went to survey the aftermath and was heard to remark that 'they'll get used to it'. After the war McCay's powerful friends ensured that Fromelles was never examined in any depth, and when it was, all blame was put on the British. Don't forget me, cobber is the extraordinary story of the lead up to the battle, the battle itself, as well as the successful search for the 'missing of Fromelles'. Lost in mass grave pits since 1916, some 190 Australians and 328 British soldiers have been discovered after seven years of campaigning by Lambis Englezos, who also writes of his experience here. The book also includes a complete Roll of Honour of the British and Australians killed, as well as some of the Germans.
Vintage, Sand, Sea, Beach, Girl, Hot Pant, Camera.Internet Password Logbook with Alphabetical Tabs.Personal Address of Websites, Usernames, Passwords Notebook/Journal/Organizer/Keeper.Large Printed Format.Size 6x9 Inches
Author: Kate Book Press
Publisher: Independently Published
Internet Password Logbook with alphabetical tabs. Personal Address of websites, usernames(Log in), passwords Notebook/Journal/Organizer/Keeper. Large printed format.Size 6x9 inches Great Idea More Than Gift Card to use for Adults,Teens,Men,Women.
Best gifts for women If you're looking for a fun gift or searching for a great notebook for yourself so this journal is what you're looking forbest cover designPerfect for all writing mediumsbest to quote the goal of the day Perfect Size 6" x 9"120 pages Gift this to yourself or to any one you love
If you could leave one thing behind, after you cross over into eternity, to your descendants for all the generations that follow, what would that one thing be?"Don't Forget Me" was written to answer that question. Cleve depicts his life, his heart and his Christian faith through a series of life's roller coaster adventures that directs his descendants to a now life and an after life in Christ."Don't Forget Me" is a book of illustrations for Pastor's sermons, a daily devotional, a wonderful small group study or just a great inspirational read. Cleve Franks is a retired Pastor, Bible teacher, small group leader, church planter, business entrepreneur, dedicated father and husband.
Don't Forget Me! Alzheimer's Notebook- Alzheimer's notebook. This Alzheimer's 121 page notebook is perfect to formulate all your everyday ideas, thoughts and plans. Big bold letters to capture the attention of any Alzheimer's sufferers. It features 120 college lined ruled paper and a "This Notebook Belongs To" page at the beginning. 6x9" size book- big enough to write in for months on end, but small enough to fit in any bag. Glossy cover with cream paper perfect for any type of pen ink
This is a story of God's grace in adversity when a husband leaves his family in the U.S. to go to Iraq to train Iraqi police in 2004. Shortly after his arrival to Baghdad, his wife at home is diagnosed with breast cancer. It is a journey of tears, faith, trust and God's guidance that led Dave and eventually Jane after her battle with breast cancer, into Iraq. It culminated with bringing an Iraqi translator whose life was in danger, to the U.S. as a refugee.