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But Its a Beauty!! as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.
But Its a Beauty!! by Kean Turner.
But Its a Beauty!! by Kean Turner.
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His landlady said: "Mr Honeyman, You've only got one life, You ought to have some fun, Si. They stood together by the window, The moon was bright and clear. He said: "At last I've done something That's worthy of you, dear
His landlady said: "Mr Honeyman, You've only got one life, You ought to have some fun, Sir. You ought to find a wife. At Imperial Alkali There was a girl called Doreen, One day she cut her finger, Asked him for iodine. I'm feeling faint" she said. He said: "At last I've done something That's worthy of you, dear. Took a train next morning, Went up to Whitehall With the phial in his pocket To show it to them all. Sent in his card, The officials only swore: "Tell him we're very busy And show him to the door. Doreen sad to the neighbours: "isn't it a shame? My husband's so clever And they didn't know his name.
I love the days between Christmas and New Year. Its a great chance to reflect on the last year and to make plans for the year to come.
One line also says about "doing what it takes because this time is only borrowed" - so true. I love the days between Christmas and New Year. Oh and of course I finished my book and it was published.
A true story
Set in Halifax , West Yorkshire, England, the story begins in 1972 with the main character aged 6 years old. This true story is an enchanting tale of hope and chaos, where dreams and reality run parallel. With the power of a child's imagination the main character escapes reality wherever he can as his stable family life comes crashing down around him. His parents separate and he begins to rely on his imagination to make sense of a warring adult world. His over active imagination becomes his best friend as he flirts between reality and make believe, a place that offers protection from a crazy adult world of plastic teeth, indian brandy, smoking and girls that want to smother him in kisses. As easy as it is to make friends as it is to dream, he encounters other children that have their own way of getting by in the 1970's.
One particular encounter teaches him a beautiful lesson, a lesson that stays with him throughout his life. . . . . the importance of laughter and of not taking life too serious.
Will he be able to take the innocence and lessons learned as a child into his adult world as adversity knocks on his door in the form of cancer? Not once, but twice, first his mother is diagnosed with breast cancer and then his own introduction to testicular cancer. Witnessing a host of new emotions, he begins to rely on his oldest friends for support, his imagination and sense of humour. Eye opening and brutally honest . . . . . . . . this truly is an inspirational laugh out loud book of hope.