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eBook A Not So Simple Life: Our Return to Rustic Roots ePub

by Mary Ellen Goulet

  • ISBN: 0975995324
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Mary Ellen Goulet
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Singing River Publications (February 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1126 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 357

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A (not so) Simple Life: Our Return to Rustic Roots," is a memoir of her life growing up in Ely, MN and reflections on her new life in South Dakota.

A Not So Simple Life book. Mary Ellen Goulet's reflections are a collection of articles which. Mary Ellen Goulet's reflections are a collection of articles which she wrote when she was a newspaper columnist in Black Hills, South Dakota and of personal observations dating from her birth and early childhood in Ely, Minnesota. Photos from the early years document the type of life she describes in the heyday of the iron mining boom in northeastern Minnesota.

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Ellen was not a generous person

Ellen was not a generous person. It had always been difficult for her to find friends. Her uneventful life led her to attach significance to the few irregular things that happened to her. There was some purpose, she felt, some reason for this accidental meeting. She had lived a hearty and comfortable life until her husband's death, but he had left her with no money and she had been reduced to working as a nursemaid. She said that she loved children and had always wanted children herself, but this was not true. Children bored and irritated her.

Marianne Deborah Williamson (born 8 July 1952) is a spiritual activist, author, lecturer and founder of the Peace Alliance, a grass roots campaign supporting legislation currently before Congress to establish a United States Department of Peace. Each of us has a unique part to play in the healing of the world. The Law of Divine Compensation: On Work, Money, and Miracles (2012).

Why had he lived such (simple) a life? Why had he submitted (compound) to things, blundered (compound) into things? . Galsworthy) 7. The Buccaneer, watching him go so sadly, felt sorry perhaps for his behaviour to the old man. (Galsworthy) 8. Thorp was actually too sick to see anybody.

Why had he lived such (simple) a life? Why had he submitted (compound) to things, blundered (compound) into things? (Wells) 9. Yes, George had lived too fast (simple), or he would not have been dying twenty years before his time - too fast (simple) (Galsworthy) 1. Heym) 9. "Allow me, Sir, the honour of grasping your hand - permit me, Sir, to shake it," said the grave man.

"A (not so) Simple Life: Our Return to Rustic Roots," is a memoir of her life growing up in Ely, MN and reflections on her new life in South Dakota.

Comments

Kabei Kabei
I read Mary Ellen's A Not-So Simple Life book, and I can only say that it brought memories of my childhood. The book will remind many of how simple life was then (the early 30s and 40s) and how complicated can it be living off the grid; living in a self sustainable way without help from the local or state governement. While Ms. Goulet and her husband Robert Lee explain how they have chosen to live this way, they also offer some tips for those who would be interested in this alternative lifestyle.

Ms. Goulet did a great job combining her rustic roots lifestyle with her early years growing on the woods in Minnesota. I would love to go on and on about the book, but then I'm afraid I will spoil it for those interested in purchasing it. Finally, this book is a great read and I strongly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about living "off the grid".
Ustamya Ustamya
When I came across the title of the book, I thought I was going to be immersed in a book that was geared towards the history of our nation. Well, it does have history, lots of it, but in a very small and personal way. Mary Goulet provided history, humor, and a free trip down memory lane with her experience living from the land, her devoted husband looking for alternatives to support their decision to live away from local government utilities, and her willingness to tip those who want to take a chance living like them.

I think the book is well written, the images are breathtaking, and the author made sure that her readers will be entertained, curious, and eager to try some of the alternatives to our modern lifestyles. I enjoyed this book so much I made sure some of my friends would also inquire about it. As for Ms. Goulet; well done and congratulations.