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" The lessons, like the stories they illuminate, are thoughtful and perceptive. Davis has produced a small treasure of a book; it's sometimes wry, sometimes moving, always universal, and, most importantly, wise.

Author: Patti Davis

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 0811851664

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 96

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Patti Davis didn't really adopt Aretha, her first cat. Aretha adopted Patti. When her second cat, Skeeter, moved in, Patti came to realize that shea self-avowed dog personwas now officially in thrall to two very demanding little felines. In 12 short chapters, each delightfully illustrated by Ward Schumaker, the author recounts how her life was changed for the better by living with and learning from her cat companions. In "The Mouse That Got Away" Patti learns a valuable lesson about hope, and in "The Little Scoundrel" she realizes just how wrong a first impression can be. Davis closes each charming vignette with a "Life Lesson." The lessons, like the stories they illuminate, are thoughtful and perceptive. Davis has produced a small treasure of a book; it's sometimes wry, sometimes moving, always universal, and, most importantly, wise.
2006-03-23 By Patti Davis

Also by Patti Davis The Long Goodbye Two Cats and the Woman They Own *** Hay House Titles of Related Interest YOU CAN HEAL YOUR LIFE, the movie, starring Louise L. Hay & Friends (available as a 1-DVD program and an expanded 2-DVD set) ...

Author: Patti Davis


ISBN: 9781458772220

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 238

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Compiled by the daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, this collection features prominent women discussing the complex, humorous, and ultimately loving relationships they have with their mothers. Contributors include Candice Bergen, Lily Tomlin, and Lorna Luft.
2010-05 By Patti Davis

Life Lesson 3: You can't rush grief. It has its own timetable. All you can do is make sure there are lots of soft places around – beds, pillows, arms, laps. —Patti Davis, Two Cats and the Woman They Own: or Lessons I Learned from My ...

Author: Gina Peotter

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781982276973

Category: Self-Help

Page: 172

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This book is intended for anyone who has gone through a death of a friend or family member. This could have been a day ago or 30+ years ago. It is for anyone looking to move forward in their healing journey. “Grief By Day” walks you through 90 days of reflection for anyone new to grief, as well as anyone who has been in it a long time. By being open and honest it has the power to heal your way through your grief journey. Also, there are monthly exercises designed to educate and help you take action. This book is a compilation of things I’ve worked through in my own grief, and topics I see over and over with adults I work with that are grieving. For many of us who were taught to keep our emotions at bay, or feel “crazy” because our emotions are all over the place... this book is for you. Honesty will be your best friend throughout this book. If you can really be truthful to what it is that is going on, you have the power to heal through it. You got this, I believe in you! After losing my parent’s when I was in my 20’s, my life completely changed. I’ve also lost my grandparents, lots of aunts and uncles, friends and pets. I dealt with it all by holding everything inside for a long time. It wasn’t until I struggled with massive anxiety, major depression and suicidal thoughts that I started working through my grief. Those seasons in my life were like a rollercoaster, just like the journey of grief. My hope for you, is you work through your grief before it gets to a dark place like mine did.
2022-06-02 By Gina Peotter

Two Cats and the Woman They Own: Or Lessons I Learned from My Cats. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2006. Deaver, Michael K. A Different Drummer: My Thirty Years with Ronald Reagan. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.

Author: Craig Shirley

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781595555359

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 496

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His name in American politics is more cited than any other president. Both the Republican and Democratic parties are radically different today, mainly as a result of Ronald Reagan and the force of his ideas. No twentieth century president shaped the American political landscape so profoundly. Craig Shirley’s Last Act is the important final chapter in the life of Reagan that no one has thus far covered. It’s the kind of book that widens our understanding of American history and of the presidency and the men who occupied it. To tell Reagan’s story, Craig has secured the complete, exclusive, and enthusiastic support of the Reagan Foundation and Library and spent considerable time there reviewing sealed files and confidential information. Cast in a grand and compelling narrative style, Last Act contains interesting and heretofore untold anecdotes about Reagan, Mrs. Reagan, their pleasure at retirement, the onslaught of the awful Alzheimer’s and how he and Mrs. Reagan dealt with the diagnosis, the slow demise, the extensive plans for a state funeral, the outpouring from the nation, which stunned the political establishment, the Reagan legacy, and how his shadow looms more and more over the Republican Party, Washington, the culture of America, and the world.
2015-10-13 By Craig Shirley

Lady Ahavzi owned two cats and four kittens. Little Muck had to brush their fur, and anoint them with precious ointment every morning; if their mistress were absent, he had to take care of them; at their meals he had to wait upon them, ...



ISBN: 9781409236955



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ALSO BY PATTI DAVIS Homefront, 1986 Deadfall, 1988 The Way I See It, 1992 Bondage, 1994 Angels Don't Die, 1995 Two Cats and the Woman They Own, 1996 The Long Goodbye, 2004 The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us, 2009 Till Human Voices Wake Us, ...

Author: Patti Davis

Publisher: Liveright Publishing

ISBN: 9781631497995

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 184

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With the heartfelt prose of a loving daughter, Patti Davis provides a life raft for the caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. “For the decade of my father’s illness, I felt as if I was floating in the deep end, tossed by waves, carried by currents, but not drowning,” writes Patti Davis in this searingly honest and deeply moving account of the challenges involved in taking care of someone stricken with Alzheimer’s. When her father, the fortieth president of the United States, announced his Alzheimer’s diagnosis in an address to the American public in 1994, the world had not yet begun speaking about this cruel, mysterious disease. Yet overnight, Ronald Reagan and his immediate family became the face of Alzheimer’s, and Davis, once content to keep her family at arm’s length, quickly moved across the country to be present during “the journey that would take [him] into the sunset of [his] life.” Empowered by all she learned from caring for her father—about the nature of the illness, but also about the loss of a parent—Davis founded a support group for the family members and friends of Alzheimer’s patients. Along with a medically trained cofacilitator, she met with hundreds of exhausted and devastated attendees to talk through their pain and confusion. While Davis was aware that her own circumstances were uniquely fortunate, she knew there were universal truths about dementia, and even surprising gifts to be found in a long goodbye. With Floating in the Deep End, Davis draws on a welter of experiences to provide a singular account of battling Alzheimer’s. Eloquently woven with personal anecdotes and helpful advice tailored specifically for the overlooked caregiver, this essential guide covers every potential stage of the disease from the initial diagnosis through the ultimate passing and beyond. Including such tips as how to keep a loved one hygienic, and careful responses for when they drift to a time gone by, Davis always stresses the emotional milestones that come with slow-burning grief. Along the way, Davis shares how her own fractured family came together. With unflinching candor, she recalls when her mother, Nancy, who for decades could not show her children compassion or vulnerability, suddenly broke down in her arms. Davis also offers tender moments in which her father, a fabled movie star whom she always longed to know better, revealed his true self—always kind, even when he couldn’t recognize his own daughter. An inherently wise work that promises to become a classic, Floating in the Deep End ultimately provides hope to struggling families while elegantly illuminating the fragile human condition.
2021-09-28 By Patti Davis

Patti Davis. ALSO BY PATTI DAVIS Home Front Deadfall The Way I See It Bondage Angels Don't Die Two Cats and the Woman They Own The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us L THE ONG GOODBYE Patti Davis With a Preface by Front Cover.

Author: Patti Davis

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 9780307801852

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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Ronald Reagan’s daughter writes with a moving openness about losing her father to Alzheimer’s disease. The simplicity with which she reveals the intensity, the rush, the flow of her feelings encompasses all the surprises and complexities that ambush us when death gradually, unstoppably invades life. In The Long Goodbye, Patti Davis describes losing her father to Alzheimer’s disease, saying goodbye in stages, helpless against the onslaught of a disease that steals what is most precious–a person’s memory. “Alzheimer’s,” she writes, “snips away at the threads, a slow unraveling, a steady retreat; as a witness all you can do is watch, cry, and whisper a soft stream of goodbyes.” She writes of needing to be reunited at forty-two with her mother (“she had wept as much as I over our long, embittered war”), of regaining what they had spent decades demolishing; a truce was necessary to bring together a splintered family, a few weeks before her father released his letter telling the country and the world of his illness . . . The author delves into her memories to touch her father again, to hear his voice, to keep alive the years she had with him. She writes as if past and present were coming together, of her memories as a child, holding her father’ s hand, and as a young woman whose hand is being given away in marriage by her father . . . of her father teaching her to ride a bicycle, of the moment when he let her go and she went off on her own . . . of his teaching her the difference between a hawk and a buzzard . . . of the family summer vacations at a rented beach house–each of them tan, her father looking like the athlete he was, with a swimmer’s broad shoulders and lean torso. . . . She writes of how her father never resisted solitude, in fact was born for it, of that strange reserve that made people reach for him. . . . She recalls him sitting at his desk, writing, staring out the window . . . and she writes about the toll of the disease itself, the look in her father’s eyes, and her efforts to reel him back to her. Moving . . . honest . . . an illuminating portrait of grief, of a man, a disease, and a woman and her father. With a preface written by the author for the eBook edition.
2011-07-27 By Patti Davis

In 1998, I moved in with Regina, the woman who I eventually married. She had two cats of her own, both extremely needy, enormous alpha males. One of those, Growltigger, was an obese sweetheart with a congenital heart defect.

Author: Ben Karlin

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780446511384

Category: Humor

Page: 240

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The Emmy award-winning former executive producer of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report has assembled a stellar lineup of men who have one thing in common: all have been dumped...and are willing to share their pain and the lessons learned. Relationships end. And in almost all of them, even the most callow among us take something away. This is a book about that something, whether it be major life lessons, like "If you lie, you will get caught," simple truths like, "Flowers work," or something wholly unique like, "Watch out for the high strung brother in the military." This anthology will be comprised of longer and shorter pieces, drawn from an array of impressive celebrities, writers and public figures. Some pieces may be a paragraph in length while others will be full-blown essays. All of them will be about that salient something men take away from a failed relationship. Yes, men learn. This is not a touchy-feely book. This is not a self-help book. This is a book packed with smart, funny and insightful stories from men you probably thought never got dumped, or if they did, would never admit it.
2008-02-04 By Ben Karlin

When Muck had reached the top of the stairs, he met the old woman who had looked out of the window. ... The old woman laughed and said: 'Where do you come from, you strange creature? ... Lady Ahavzi owned two cats and four kittens.

Author: Selma Lagerlöf

Publisher: Tacet Books

ISBN: 9783968589046

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 395

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This book contains 25 short stories from 5 classic, prize-winning and noteworthy authors. The stories were carefully selected by the critic August Nemo, in a collection that will please the literature lovers.The theme of this edition is:Children's literature II. For more exciting titles, be sure to check out our 7 Best Short Stories and Essential Novelists collections. This book contains: - Selma Lagerlöf. - Hans Christian Andersen. - Elanor H. Porter. - Wilhelm Hauff. - George MacDonald.
2020-04-04 By Selma Lagerlöf

... the constraint that f is a good anchoring here means that f ( 1 ) E || man f ( 3 ) = f ( 4 ) f ( 2 ) E || woman || f ... equivalent ( 146 ) under the disambiguation ( 14c ) ( 14 ) ( a ) Every man who owned two cats loved a woman .

Author: Peter Gärdenfors

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400933811

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 309

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Some fifteen years ago, research on generalized quantifiers was con sidered to be a branch of mathematical logic, mainly carried out by mathematicians. Since then an increasing number of linguists and philosophers have become interested in exploring the relevance of general quantifiers for natural language as shown by the bibliography compiled for this volume. To a large extent, the new research has been inspired by Jon Barwise and Robin Cooper's path-breaking article "Generalized Quantifiers and Natural Language" from 1981. A concrete sign of this development was the workshop on this topic at Lund University, May 9-11, 1985, which was organized by Robin Cooper, Elisabet Engdahl, and the present editor. All except two of the papers in this volume derive from that workshop. Jon Barwise's paper in the volume is different from the one he presented in connection with the workshop. Mats Rooth's contribution has been added because of its close relationship with the rest of the papers. The articles have been revised for publication here and the authors have commented on each other's contributions in order to integrate the collection. The organizers of the workshop gratefully acknowledge support from the Department of Linguistics, the Department of Philosophy and the Faculty of Humanities at Lund University, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (through the Wallenberg Foundation), the Swedish Institute, and the Letterstedt Foundation.
2012-12-06 By Peter Gärdenfors