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Color the Sidewalk for Me #2020

Color the Sidewalk for Me This is the story of Celia Matthews s return home for the first time years after she fled her harsh cold mother this time it s to help her father after a serious stroke

  • Title: Color the Sidewalk for Me
  • Author: Brandilyn Collins
  • ISBN: 9780310242420
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • Color the Sidewalk for Me By Brandilyn Collins, This is the story of Celia Matthews s return home for the first time 17 years after she fled her harsh, cold mother this time, it s to help her father after a serious stroke.

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    1. This is one of the best books I have ever read The first two chapters were kind of slow and so I set it aside for a while but then when I went back to it the story really drew me in It was really sad and heart wrenching at times but the ending was well worth enduring through the pain and torment of the characters It really touched my heart and showed the importance of letting resentment, bitterness and pain of the past go through forgiveness I would highly recommend it

    2. Wow Just Wow This is Book 2 that I just finished If you read the books, so yourself a favor and read them in order Ms Collins writing is wonderful I could see this book in my mind being acted out as I read Her writing is very descriptive Thoroughly enjoyed this book Ready for Book 3 I just don t want the story to end.

    3. A powerful and emotionally charged story, Color the Sidewalk for Me ,is one of those books that you don t want to read unless you have a box of tissues nearby By the time you are done with this book, you ll find yourself in tears and smiling and filling interwined with the characters as if they are flesh and blood Set in the small town of Bradleyville, Kentucky, the main character, Celia Matthews, finds herself returning home to help her father recover from a debilitating stroke, only to discove [...]

    4. As a chalk fingered child, I had worn my craving for Mama s love on my sleeve But as I grew, that craving became cloaked in excuses and denial until slowly it sank beneath my skin to lie unheeded but vital, like the sinews of my framework By the time I was a teenager, I thought the gap between Mama and me could not be wider.And then Danny came along A splendidly colored sidewalk Six year old Celia presented the gift to her mother with pride and received only anger in return Why couldn t Mama lov [...]

    5. This book was so powerful, and filled with emotion that it hurt.Especially when Granddad died, Kevy died, and when Celia got the letter from Danny talking about his love for Rachel When I was finished with this book I decided to try to judge what I had just read I found it really hard Who was to blame for all the pain and sorrow Celia had felt all those years In the beginning of the book I blamed Estelle, Celia s mother, but then when Celia started to change I blamed them both If they both did s [...]

    6. In Color the Sidewalk for Me, Celia is an adult working for an advertising agency miles from her parents She gets a call that her father has had a stroke She feels she must go home and help out with his care But her mother is still living, and Celia has always felt rejected and unloved by her mother Her brother was born when she was six, and Celia even colored a welcome home picture on the sidewalk for her mom and brother She got scolded for that She stays to help with her dad, but the tension g [...]

    7. I love Brandilyn s writing style So much so, I study it Hopefully, be incorporated into my own writing one day While going through her book, Getting Into Character, I learn concepts and look for them in her fiction and I find it.I enjoyed Color the Sidewalk for Me very much It ranks on the top shelf of my most favorites.The characters felt very real, especially Celia And, the others from the small town of Bradleyville It was as though I knew them personally.This is a story I ll remember for a lo [...]

    8. oh, this book hit SO close to home in SO many painful ways not really in a bad way, tho it brought up, as i said, painful memories, but made me think about them in a different perspective than i have before i think that CAN be good i ll have to keep thinkin on it we don t usually like to face bad moments, nor faults and or fears of our own, do we 8 but, there are many times when we must, like it or not, and this book brought some of those to surface for me again.ok, off to the last book in this [...]

    9. I love Brandilyn s writing style So much so, I study it Hopefully, be incorporated into my own writing one day While going through her book, Getting Into Character, I learn concepts and look for them in her fiction and I find it.I enjoyed Color the Sidewalk for Me very much It ranks on the top shelf of my most favorites.The characters felt very real, especially Celia And, the others from the small town of Bradleyville It was as though I knew them personally.This is a story I ll remember for a lo [...]

    10. Collins story of a tenuous mother daughter relationship as Celia grows up comes full circle as Celia returns to nurse her father after a stroke as she learns the secrets that made life unbearable growing up It is only when mother and daughter forgive each other and turn to God that healing takes place and they both find peace and happiness.

    11. I liked this book, some things surprised me in this book At the end I didn t want to put it down because it explained so much of why things happened the way they did earlier in the book I learned that every circumstance effects someone else somehow, not just how effects you We should all be a little aware of each other and how even small things can change everything.

    12. ReviewI liked the book, but felt it was slow in some areas I would recommend this book for others The relationship between the mother and daughter was powerful I could see that happening in real life a great deal especially during the period the book covered.

    13. I loved the resolution of the struggles between characters in this book We all so often feel like we know the whole story, but can only see one side of a situation It is a heart warming bood full of revelation, forgiveness and love.

    14. Not exactly great literature, but a good story about assumption and missunderstanding It advocates looking beyond yourself, and going to the source to discover why people act the way they do, instead of opperating off your best guess.

    15. good different a christian book, i guess one would call it, but not over the top religious some interesting relationships formed and situations presented.

    16. I choose this title after reading Sidetracked Enjoyed it very much Ms Collins dishes up just the right amount of suspense, romance and spirituality.

    17. Excellent book Well written, with characters you can identify with, and explores mother daughter relationships, family relationships, small town life, big dreams.

    18. I really love this book It s probably not the most well known book ever but it was a light hearted emotional read by a christian author.

    19. This is an awesome book, one of the best I ve ever read While I was somewhat ambivalent about the first book in this series, I m so glad I continued on to book 2 Now I m excited for book 3.

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