This brightly rendered memoir from the mountains of northern New Mexico follows the author as she breaks loose from a hapless relationship and buys a house in the heart of a forest. In short order she finds herself gathering branches after every high wind, splitting logs in blizzards, and learning a chainsaw is the ultimate tool for staying in the now. This is a story of muscled capability. But plenty of insights travel between past loves and bygone days, and every woman who's ever doubted her choice of men nods knowingly at the author's resolve to move on. Trusting her intuition becomes a solid navigational device. It's about withstanding the rigors of rugged terrain, both inner and outer. Mostly it's about the joy of hunkering down in front of a warm fire on cold winter nights.
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At age seven, Cindy Bellinger nearly burned down her family's house. But she didn't learn her lesson; she still plays with fire. A long-time journalist, this is Cindy's fifth book.
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