Don't Cry Until It's Over
Just knowing that all roads will eventually lead to home
When Madelon Jacobs gets caught back up into the world of crack and alcohol her 14 year old daughter Marlee is forced to care for her 3 younger siblings. The children are faced with all types of obstacles and setbacks because of their mothers addiction. Thank God there is that ram in the bush, a homeless woman named Miss Ethel who offer love and hope. Teaching the children that God is in control and he would not leave or forsake. For the tears we shed of sorrow can be transformed into a better tomorrow.
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 130 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Aug 16, 2012)
Genre: FICTION / Family Life