“I might have been born in North Dakota. I might even have been
a doctor's daughter, with happy parents who loved one another.
But that was not to be.”
Thus Anna opens the narrative of her long life, a life that began in a small, log house in northern Wisconsin before there were cars, airplanes, or radios. She bore and raised nine children while living through the Great Depression, World War II, and into the computer age. She coped with the personal tragedies of losing four of those children, two husbands, and endured hard times with dignity and grace, all the while anchoring the lives of those she loved. Anna's story will reward everyone who appreciates resilience, character, intelligence, and humility.
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