Intertwining Moments is about the close relationship the author had with her parents during her growing up years-the mid 1920's, 30's and 40's. Life was slow paced, people lived simplistic lives, they were more naive and accepting of what was happening around them. Movement was confined to the home area so it was necessary to create our own entertainment. Mother as the central figure in the book plays a large part in seeing that her girls, their friends and neighbors were offered different, interesting types of entertainment to take them out of the doldrums. of the Great Depression years. The author would like the reader to look back to those days and identify with the era. For the young reader it is hoped that the story of how enjoyable a person's life can be with little or no income wakens them to a different life style. People depended on friends and family for their entertainment. Costly clothes, things and entertainment were never considered. We didn't miss them as family was everything.
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Published September 24, 2009
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