The Cricket Choir
By: Patricia Signorelli
About the Book
Our roles in life are temporary. Lydia knows this but was not ready to give up her in-touch parenting role when the time comes. This role has defined her for two decades. She loses her footing when her marriage also ends. Lydia journals her dilemma with candor and is surprised when fate steps in. A new role appears for her, adjusting her reality. She is needed again, but in a healthy way. Lydia’s approach to her new role is open—but she does not see the positivity coming when she opens up to her new surroundings and even learns to appreciate the song of the crickets. Love becomes new again. So much of her new life draws upon her past but she journals how she views it fully now.
About the Author
Patricia Signorelli has always been a writer at heart. She has three children and eight grandchildren. Signorelli is a graduate of the College of William and Mary.