Back When We Were Grownups

Back When We Were Grownups

Book - 2001
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A fifty-three-year-old grandmother seeks to regain her dignified girlhood identity.
Publisher: 2001.
ISBN: 9780670911042
Branch Call Number: FIC Tyler


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Jan 28, 2017

A reflective read for women who question their identity and role as a wife and a mother, and wonder what might have been had they chosen differently.

WVMLStaffPicks Dec 22, 2014

Rebecca Davitch, a 53 year old grandmother, can no longer be content just being the heart and soul of her extended family. She sets out to recover her girlhood self and in so doing presents the reader with one gently humourous episode after another. Specially recommended for--but not restricted to--the over 50 mothers amongst us.

skylars Mar 15, 2014

Not as good as other books written by her. Does ring true, though, about not being satisfied with your life, and thinking by going back to what might have been, might have been better. Not!

raineyfamily Jul 15, 2012

This is a wonderful story. Even though there is an age difference between me and the main character I could relate to her thoughts and feelings.

BugLady1 Jul 11, 2012

Good story about a lady who wonders what it would have been like if she chose to go down a different fork in the road at some time in her past. Great characters and a nice believeable and entertaining story.


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SPL_STARR Jun 16, 2015

"Once upon a time, there was a woman who discovered the had turned into the wrong person."

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