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Bethany House Publishers Almost Amish - eBook

Julie Charlton is at the breaking point. She's overwhelmed and burned out, and in today's unrelenting society, her kids are, too. When her sister-in-law Susan, a Martha Stewart-in-training, lands the chance to participate in a reality TV series promoting simple living, and needs another family to join her, it seems like the perfect opportunity.

The location is an idyllic farm outside an Amish community in Tennessee. Julie, with her two children, joins Susan and her teenage daughter for a summer adventure. Susan needs to succeed in order to become self-sufficient after an ugly divorce, Julie needs to slow down long enough to remember what her priorities are and regain a sense of purpose and meaning. It becomes clear from the start that "living simple" is no simple matter. With the camera watching every move, Susan's drive for perfection feels a lot like what they left behind, while Julie suddenly finds herself needing to stand up for slowing down. With each new challenge, their season of "going Amish" gets more and more complicated, as each woman learns unexpected lessons about herself and her family.

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Life is never easy, but it has its comfort zones

Date:September 24, 2012
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Location:Heber Springs, AR
Age:Over 65
Gender:female
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Julie and Susan take on the chance to live the Amish
way for the reality show for different reasons. Each
needs something that they believe they can learn
or gain from this experience. In the end, they are
surprised with what they have learned and gained
from this experience. A very good read from an author
who stepped out of her box to write it.
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