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Free read î Club Sandwich ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¾ Hey Friend Do you know what it's like give to 100 percent and still feel like it's not and you're not enough for anybody To be caught between caring for an aging parent and raising young children I lived in that place for four yearsIvy Schneider lives in this plaDad took off years ago but still comes around for free meals Her brother and sister are than happy to let responsibility rest on Ivy's shoulders Maybe she could handle it all if only her darling three year old terror Trixie would just go on the potty Who will take care of Ivy while she takes care of the worldNo one it seems Then Ivy runs an ad in the paper to find folks like herself women of the sandwich generation sueezed between the demands of raising young. I did not expect to relate to this novel I started reading it mostly out of boredom I was surprised at how emotionally moving it was to me Even though I’m not a caregiver for a parent the themes of forgiveness toward family and strength through friendships were compellingI did not like the main character Ivy very much On one hand I felt sorry for her But on the other hand I wanted to shake her and say speak up to the people who can really change your situation instead of stewing However as I’ve given her thought I think I see myself in her as well It is easier to bottle things up rather than do the hard work of confrontation and all that goes with it I think this is a very relatable story for anyone who has any type of family issues whether it be with a spouse or a sibling or a parent or a child etc This story covers a wide range of family drama I did not care for how some of the big issues in the story were resolved or not resolved Spoiler alert hereSpecifically Ivy and Rusty’s marriage obviously needed a lot of work yet it was just a matter of a nice dinner date a weight loss and fitness regimen for Rusty and boom that seemed to cure all their marital woes I don’t buy that Also I was confused by pronunciation of some names Specifically her oldest daughter Lyra Does it rhyme with Myra If so their nickname of Lyr is awful as it sounds just like liar so I’m leaning toward Lyra pronounced like it rhymes with mirror without an r at the endAnother negative was that I didn’t think the other members of her sandwich club were given enough development Maybe there are seuels to this bookThe ending had me bawling my eyes out So all in all it was a deeply moving honest sad sweet story with some flaws and plot holes but I’m still glad I read it

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Hey Friend Do you know what it's like give to 100 percent and still feel like it's not and you're not enough for anybody To be caught between caring for an aging parent and raising young children I lived in that place for four yearsIvy Schneider lives in this place too and she isn't at all happy about it Her husband Rusty spends ten months a year on the road singing in a gospel uartet and her mom gets sicker every day reuiring increasingly care and time Ivy's. I enjoyed this book pretty good once I reached somewhere around the middle of it It was a little bit of a slow starter for me but I really wanted to like it so I stuck with it The book contains a good message about what it means to truly live in ones faith and hold strong to family values even in our darkest times Plus Ivy the protagonist really speaks her mind and her humor is witty and a bit snarky which I like

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Club SandwichChildren and caring for an aging parent Soon she and the other women of Club Sandwich are building uncommonly deep friendships witnessing the reality that in fact no woman can be everything to everybody and discovering firsthand that they can do than they imagined possible with the help of each another and with a strong dose of faithIf your life is about caring for others I dedicate this book to you Welcome to the club You are most definitely not aloneGraceLis. This book was ok but a little bit too downcast for me I thought the main character Ivy needed to stand up for herself earlier than she finally did The ending is satisfying and it shows realistic family problems fractured relationships and how tough forgiveness can be even for Christians