Every family has its own rhythm. What seems odd to you feels like home to them. Tara Clancy wrote The Clancys of Queens to talk about her family.
Obviously part of her life was lived in queens but because of the man that her mother met after she divorced Tara’s father she also had a glimpse of what life was like in the Hamptons. It certainly proved to be two very different worlds
Her grandparents were very influential in her life since her Mom was a single Mother and she spent a good deal of time with them. I can so identify with spending time with a grandmother since mine moved in with us when I was in Muddle School. She was there when we came home for school and was like a second Mother.
Before she moved in with us, she would rent a place in Far Rockaway during the summer. If I was very lucky I got to visit her at the beach for a few weeks. When my Grandfather was alive he would take us to play Skee Ball on the boardwalk. Sadly he died when I was in elementary school but I still spent time with my Grandmother.
This was a quick read and I found it to be an interesting read…
“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”