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Lizzie After the War by Nancy B. Brewer
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Lizzie's life story continues, however in this her life has fast forwarded and she's now 50. Her beloved Joel has passed away, and her children have grown up and are living their lives.

She struggles with depression, and if not for her maid Dovie, she might never have gone on.

She decides to write a book, telling her story, to give to her children. So, while at the store to get ink for her typewriter, she encounters Mr. Lee, who is in need of a secretary. He purchases a new typewriter for her to used to type up his paperwork, but says she can use it at her leisure, as well as earns a salary.

Mr. Lee begins to court Lizzie. Another, Mr. Collins also has his eyes on Lizzie. Her emotions still very much on the edge with her love for her late husband leaves Lizzie on a roller coaster.

Just when she decides, which she might marry...another suitor comes along and changes her whole life, again. ( )
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I hold the hand of a strong, but gentle man.
A man who is never too proud to step forward,
and brave enough to sometimes walk behind.

I dedicate this book with respect and devotion
to my husband,
Vernon.
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I awake this morning to the dull ache in my back, which has grown as familiar to me as an old friend
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Yesterday, my words flowed free,
Yesterday, the rose was a blooming,
But today the petals wash away,
Lost in the Carolina Rain.
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