A Tree Change...at any age--and the risks/rewards in meeting a man on the Internet!

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When Patria and Jack moved to a hobby farm in a beautiful Australian valley, life seemed to get better every year. With Jack constantly affirming his happiness and gaining Australian citizenship, his trusting partner was dumbfounded to discover he had covertly resurrected an old romance and that Stella was coming from USA to share his life, saying, 'I will share my toys, but not my man'! More
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Summer is past, yet searing heat continues. So far the garden survives and shows promise of glorious progress through the magical months of autumn, winter and spring. Welcome to my world!

This weekend Rubber Ducky should become a mother for the first time. Of the 21 eggs she shielded with her life, she appears to have selected those most viable and made a new nest nearby, with just 10 eggs beneath her. No trace can be found of the other 11 eggs! Does she and her comrades eat them?

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Review by: Ida Lambert on May 2, 2012 :
Ms Canning is a wonderful writer with an incredible story to tell. I found this account of her life and the challenges she has had to contend with compelling reading. She is truly a remarkable woman, strong, committed to her 'tree change' and determined to enjoy the life she now has.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Claire McGlinchy on April 3, 2012 :
A Tree Change...is an amazing story of lies, deceit and betrayal and of how a remarkable woman, when all her dreams had turned into nightmares, was able to find a positive outcome so that she could continue living the tree change lifestyle that she had come to love and cherish. A thoroughly enjoyable read. C. McGlinchy
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
Review by: Valerie Beck on April 2, 2012 :
A Tree Change...had me hooked from the start, feelings of sadness, anger and amusement made for an interesting account of how life can change in an instant. Wonderfully written, very descriptive and holding back no punches, a recommended read.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Review by: David Jones on March 30, 2012 : (no rating)
I read A Tree Change...at any age with great interest. Ms Canning's account of her adventurous endeavour makes a fascinating and unusual tale. One of love found and shattered in the background of rural Australia.
How this remarkable woman made a complete change in her life and how she has survived with great hope for her future, is inspiringly and intriguingly presented. I found myself reading fast as I wanted to find out how the crisis would be resolved.
Less recent events in the writer's life are also convincingly described and offer a guide to what has made Ms Canning the remarkable person she clearly is.
This book is well worth reading.
Resident of Perth WA
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
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