|Download Book ♖ Weeping Willows Dance ♫ eBooks or Kindle ePUB free

I know this book is based on a true story.but I still don t understand why , even at the end of the book, when Randell was dead, Mozelle STILL didn t give herself permission to be happy with a good man such as Tom Sometimes I feel as if folks choose to stay in unhappy situations for reasons that make no sense She kept saying that she needed to keep her promise to God..we ll, God doesn t want us to be foolish and not make decisions that could make the quality of our lives better This sta I know this book is based on a true story.but I still don t understand why , even at the end of the book, when Randell was dead, Mozelle STILL didn t give herself permission to be happy with a good man such as Tom Sometimes I feel as if folks choose to stay in unhappy situations for reasons that make no sense She kept saying that she needed to keep her promise to God..we ll, God doesn t want us to be foolish and not make decisions that could make the quality of our lives better This started as a good read , I just didn t really like how it ended For everything that Mozelle went thru in life, it would have been nice to see something positive happen to her at the end Yes, she had a brief time where there was stability in her and her children s lives, food on the table, a home to live in,etc.seems like after the house was built and she got all new furniture and let s not forgot that TOM loved her enough to buy the furniture , there was nothing left of this story All that she fought thru just to lose it all in the end AND not give herself permission to be loved and cared for by a man who s been loving her and waiting in the shadows for the right time to make her his Eh, I wasn t impressed. This is a riveting story of innocence innocence lost, abuse, neglect, tragedy, and most importantly resiliency to survive and soar.Against the wishes of her parents, 15 year old Moselle becomes smitten with hormones and falls head over heels in lust with Randell, who she later learns too late is 27 years older than her Her parents ultimately set her up for a life of misery by admonishing Moselle to never leave her husband to stay married no matter what Soon enough Moselle learns that her This is a riveting story of innocence innocence lost, abuse, neglect, tragedy, and most importantly resiliency to survive and soar.Against the wishes of her parents, 15 year old Moselle becomes smitten with hormones and falls head over heels in lust with Randell, who she later learns too late is 27 years older than her Her parents ultimately set her up for a life of misery by admonishing Moselle to never leave her husband to stay married no matter what Soon enough Moselle learns that her parents were right about Randell he is even worse than their predictions.However, throughout the book Moselle is able to survive the most abhorrent abuse and neglect in her marriage and eventually is able o buy land and build her family a home despite Randell s efforts to thwart this.As I m reading I keep asking myself, how much does Moselle have to take from the cheating no good man Too much is my answer from the peanut gallery This author skillfully gives the reader an inside view to a person s life that we may not agree with but is developed enough for us to understand.My heart weeps for the paths many of us have found ourselves on in this human experience but rejoices in their survival Excellent results I applaud Ms Mallette on such a profound novel An emotional story of a southern girl marrying at such a young age and the emotional and physical abuse she received from her much older husband But through it all she preserved with determination and God s grace I wish I could rate this bookthan a 5 on Goodreads and even though this book was published in 2001 it is my No 1 read of 2008. What an awesome story of strength, determination, and faith of God My heart went out to Mozelle her struggles were felt, but she never caved she held strong for her family despite the I ll will of a husband that was worthless I give this story 5 stars. I love reading biographies and stories of the past about African American Women This book tells of the struggles of black woman during what may have been the Jim Crow era or before When Black Woman had absolutely no rights and absolutely no protection and couldn t even own their own property We still barely have any protection When all they had was their faith, strength and courage to push forward I m glad that many laws have changed and now Black Woman can be A Boss if they choose to. At age fifteen Mozelle married thirty seven year old Randell Tate Mozelle felt loved by Randell at first but that soon changed The good life she thought she d share with her husband turned out to be a life of heartache, misery and pain.Randell was a selfish, immature, ignorant man who had no clue how to be a loving husband, let alone a good father He treated Mozelle like dirt, did nothing to provide the needs of his children, committed adultery like it was something he was born to do and took At age fifteen Mozelle married thirty seven year old Randell Tate Mozelle felt loved by Randell at first but that soon changed The good life she thought she d share with her husband turned out to be a life of heartache, misery and pain.Randell was a selfish, immature, ignorant man who had no clue how to be a loving husband, let alone a good father He treated Mozelle like dirt, did nothing to provide the needs of his children, committed adultery like it was something he was born to do and took no responsibility for his actions This character bothered me so much that I had to take a break from reading for days at a time This was a sad story Mozelle fought, struggled and suffered so much lossthan one person should ever have to Randell played a big part in the hard life Mozelle lived, but she was a strong woman who pressed on no matter how difficult the situation I was glad that she seemed to find a bit of peace whenever she watched the WEEPING WILLOWS DANCE |Download Book ⚖ Weeping Willows Dance ♀ In , thirteen year old Mozelle already knew that she did not want to grow up to be like her mama a sharecropper s wife Mozelle did not want to get married and, for certain, she did not want twelve children She didn t even want one child Mozelle dreamed of getting a good job, of buying herself a car, and of traveling across country a carefree woman nobody and nothing hanging onto her skirt tail That is until tall, dark, handsome Randell Tate, twenty two years Mozelle s senior, showed up in church that fateful Sunday morning, winked at her and threw Mozelle s world off balance She fell under Randell s spell and her once imagined dreams for her future were no Three months later they wed and Randell carried Mozelle across the threshold into The Great Depression As one child became four Mozelle saw that Randell was not the man she thought she married Against all odds, Mozelle set her sights on buying a piece of land and building a house to put a roof over their heads To realize that dream, Mozelle was going to have to squirrel away her pennies and in the end, build her house with her own two hands husband or not l Abiding by her parents teachings, Mozelle stays loyal and faithful in her marriage to Randell, although Randell holds no vow sacred The hard bed that Mozelle s father had warned that she had made for herself by marrying Randell, became less and less comfortable to sleep in, but Mozelle found comfort in turning to the Lord to see her through the storm Mozelle is every woman who squares her shoulders and vows to rise above a bad marriage and the excruciating poverty that binds her Blessed with true grit and a strong backbone, Mozelle stands her ground and sways with the breeze of disappointment and the winds of deprivation Mozelle s determination and her unshakeable faith in God, like the supple branches of the weeping willow tree are strong and unbreakable, thereby proving that Weeping Willows Dance I can t remember how I stumbled onto this book but I m very glad I did I really enjoyed the message despite its heavy religious references and found it to be an empowering book that all women should read The book that s based on a true story takes place in the deep south starting in the 1930 s and centers around the struggles of an African American woman Her strength is something we can all learn from. A very interesting read I found while browsing my local library It s a story about a young black girl named Mozelle, the child of sharecroppers in the 1920, and it tells her life s story from the age of 13 until she s in her 50 s It also shows her constant faith in God and how he provides for her Such a great little gem Loved it. Loved, loved, loved this story Loved it so much I ve already read it twice This book was raw and written with so much passion that you almost forget the hard times Mozelle went through Definetly a book for your collection If you don t have it, shame on you.