Joyce Harries’s delightful collection of memoirs, fiction, essays, recipes and poems will dare you to laugh, cry and face head-on the small triumphs and larger tragedies of everyday life. From Joyce’s vignettes of her childhood in the 1930s to the struggles and happiness of being a young mother to the heartache of widowhood, this wise and gentle collection will inspire readers to view their lives with reverence and hope: * I’ve Decided How I Want My 105th Birthday Celebrated If Cost Is No Object * It All Worked Out for the Best * What Mothers Don’t Know * Footprints on the Wall * Vineyard Dreams on a Summer Night * Sixty-nine-Year-Old Me Talking to My Body * My Fabulous Fantasy Meal * Stampede Cattle Station * Romance at Windsor * Coming Home.