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Self-Help
Author: Ellen Greene
ISBN: 006171979X
Subcategory: Relationships
Pages 304 pages
Publisher HarperLuxe; Larger Print edition (January 27, 2009)
Language English
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 216
ePUB size: 1297 kb
FB2 size: 1702 kb
DJVU size: 1794 kb
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eBook Remember the Sweet Things: One List, Two Lives, and Twenty Years of Marriage download

by Ellen Greene


Remember the Sweet Things book. Ellen Greene’s Remember the Sweet Things is a heartfelt, deeply affecting memoir of love, devotion, and a very special marriage, reminding us about what truly matters in life

Remember the Sweet Things book. Remember the Sweet Things isn’t merely a love story  . Ellen Greene’s Remember the Sweet Things is a heartfelt, deeply affecting memoir of love, devotion, and a very special marriage, reminding us about what truly matters in life. A true gift to the reader.

Remember the Sweet Things.

For twenty years, Ellen Greene kept a running list of the thoughtful, funny, touching things that her husband, Marsh .

A lovely and poignant tribute to a man and a marriage, written with grace and candor, Remember the Sweet Things captures the kindness, sharing, humor, and affection that defined the Greenes’ union and encourages us to acknowledge the goodness in our own lives and relationships.

Keeping a list of the sweet things that happen in one's relationship is a wonderful idea and I wish I had thought of it myself years ago. Congratulations and thanks for your terrific book, Ellen. One person found this helpful.

Remember the Sweet Things isn’t merely a love story. Ellen's book touched me in so many ways. Being married for 50 years, I wish I had started a list. Ellen Greene's book is charming and touching and flows smoothly. This book is what marriage should be about. It is a comfortable read, like having a real conversation with someone that you know and like. And what you glean from it in the end is how to have a truly wonderful marriage the second time around.

Ellen Greene’s Remember the Sweet Things is a heartfelt, deeply affecting memoir of love, devotion, and a very special marriage, reminding us about what truly matters in life.

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For twenty years, Ellen Greene kept a running list of the thoughtful, funny, touching things that her husband, Marsh, said and did. In this beautiful tribute to a man and a marriage, Greene intersperses selections from her "Sweet. In this beautiful tribute to a man and a marriage, Greene intersperses selections from her "Sweet Things List" with recollections from their years together. No current Talk conversations about this book. I really enjoyed reading this very touching story.

Remember the sweet things. one list, two lives, and twenty years of marriage. 1st ed. by Ellen Greene. Married and divorced at a young age, Greene raised two small children alone. After another failed relationship in her late thirties, she swore she'd never again subject herself or her kids to men who treated them poorly.

“Remember the Sweet Things isn’t merely a love story. It is a manual for healthy living, told with searing honesty and profound tenderness, and poignancy that touches you on virtually every page.”

—Wayne Coffey, New York Times bestselling author of The Boys of Winter

 

Ellen Greene’s Remember the Sweet Things is a heartfelt, deeply affecting memoir of love, devotion, and a very special marriage, reminding us about what truly matters in life. Fans of Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach will appreciate this warm and loving remembrance that author Susan Wiggs calls, “a beautiful meditation on love and life, and an affirmation of the power of gratitude….A true gift to the reader.”