2 journalers for this copy...
Peggy is eighty and the family are having a birthday party. Her son's gift of a beautifully crafted notebook comes with a request. Peggy's not so keen on telling her own story, but each of her family and neighbours has a story to tell, revealing not just Peggy's life but that of her village, tucked beneath Cader Idris on the southern fringes of Snowdownia.
Journal Entry 2
Rushyford, County Durham United Kingdom on Monday, October 17, 2016
Bought while on holiday in North Wales and this is a delightful read. The story of a village in Snowdonia through the times, mainly centred on Peggy and each chapter is told by a different person at a different time. It's about love, loss, friendships, mental illness but mostly about food - cakes, iceceams, stews and as a wee bonus the recipes are included as well.
Journal Entry 3
Filmhouse Cinema in Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Thursday, December 05, 2019
Released 1 mo ago (12/8/2019 UTC) at Filmhouse Cinema in Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom
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Journal Entry 4
Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Monday, December 09, 2019
Caught at the old gang meet up. Thank you!
Journal Entry 5
Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Monday, December 16, 2019
This had much more depth than I was expecting. I thought it really showed how you can never know what other people's lives are really like. I loved the food element running throughout. Thanks for bringing this one along Kinedi as I don't think I would have come across it otherwise.