The Boston Girl
Schribner, A Division of Simon and Schuster
Nobody told you?
Ava, sweetheart, if you ask me to talk about how I got to be the woman I am today, what do you think I'm going to say? I'm flattered you want to interview me. And when did I ever say no to my favorite grandchild?
I know I say that to all of my grandchildren and I mean it every single time. That sounds ridiculous or like I'm losing my marbles, but it's true. When your a grandmother you'll understand.
This is the first chapter first paragraph of The Boston Girl. Sort of a prologue. The next chapter is titled 1915-16, That's where I started to be my own person. I think I will like this one. How about you? Would you read on?
Staying Busy and sort of Staying Happy