Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Summer on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber

Lydia Goetz, owner of A Good Yarn, decided to give a class for knitters who want to quit something. Alix Turner needs to quit smoking before she and Jordan get pregnant. Phoebe Rylander ended her engagement from a man who repeatedly used prostitutes and she is wanting to quit thinking about him. Bryan Hutchinson needs to deal with the stress of running his family business which is the maker of much loved and enjoyed chocolates.

Anne Marie Roche and her daughter, Ellen, continue to "work on" their lists of wishes. Ellen recently admitted that she would like to meet her father someday. Anne admitted that she would like to possibly start dating. Her husband died some time ago and it is time to move on. When Lydia and Brad applied to adopt an infant they were asked to foster a twelve year old girl for a couple days. But finding Casey a more long term foster family has proven difficult. And so is this time with Casey filled with hard feelings and resentment.

The Blossom Street friends come through with support as needed in some unexpected situations.

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