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About Growing Up: An Anecdotal Autobiography



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Musings: About Growing Up: An Anecdotal Autobiography by R.G. Andersen-Wyckoff
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"Musings: About Growing Up" is a series of somewhat thoughtfully abstracted recollections of author, R.G. Andersen-Wyckoff: those things that still elicit at least a cerebral reaction, if not an emotional one when, for whatever reason, they have popped into his conscious state. These are the things he remembers about growing up, sometimes humorous, sometimes sad, sometimes embarrassing, but always insightful. From his earliest recollections in New Jersey, to the youthful adventures of growing up in the Florida wilds, and, the challenges of the teen years in Colorado and California to the tempestuous crossroads between adolescence and adulthood, "Musings" reveals the author's deepest feelings about the adventures that contributed to who and what he is. "Musings" doesn't shy away from the author's more intimate recollections as he paints a verbal picture "About Growing Up" that is bound to elicit laughter, tears, and pleasure as the reader recalls similar adventures in their own transitions from childhood to adulthood. "I did not want to stop reading "Musings: About Growing Up." It tells the fascinating story of the development of a man who possesses self-honesty, humor, excellent recall and good basic virtues. This particularly compelling autobiography shows us how one can make the most of very little. The writer's wonder over the joys and challenges of life leaves us loving the high drama and low comedy of human existence." Dr. Diane Holloway, psychologist and author
Release date Australia
March 4th, 2004
black & white illustrations
Country of Publication
United States
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