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“The idea of bittersweet is changing the way I live, unraveling and re-weaving the way I understand life. Bittersweet is the idea that in all things there is both something broken and something beautiful, that there is a moment of lightness on even the darkest of nights, a shadow of hope in every heartbreak, and that rejoicing is no less rich even when it contains a splint

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    5 stars! Shauna Niequist is a woman I wish I could be friends with! I loved her previous book “Cold Tangerines” as well as this one! She has such a powerful message to send, yet does it in such a simple, relatable way. Reading some chapters I laughed out loud and reading others I cried until I could barely see – sometimes I did both on the same page. So many of her chapters resonate so deeply with me – her views on parenting, marriage, spirituality, friendships, etc. – I can completely relate to

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    I really wanted to enjoy this book as I had with her previous one – Cold Tangerines. But if I have to hear the word “season” one more time, or hear the rundown of exactly what they ate, or skim through an inane amount of adjectives just to get to the point, I’m going to scream. I felt that even though the author was mostly open and honest, it was more like being included in the popular girls conversation about how important everything about her life is but guess what, you only get the fabulous d

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    Gail

    May 21, 2011

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    Coming off a dense book on writing, Shauna’s latest collection of stories, “Bittersweet” was like curling up on the couch with a blanket and a big ‘ol bowl of comfort food — the literary equivalent to mac-n-cheese.

    There are some folks who may read her writing and shrug it off as too folksy or too preachy. I feel sorry for them. Because I think Shauna has a remarkable ability to write poetically about the everyday moments we all experience but never take time to think about, let alone cherish.

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    There are some folks who may read her writing and shrug it off as too folksy or too preachy. I feel sorry for them. Because I think Shauna has a remarkable ability to write poetically about the everyday moments we all experience but never take time to think about, let alone cherish.

    In “Bittersweet,” Shauna writes extensively about her experience miscarrying her second child. I felt so sorry for her reading her words about the loss. And again, because of Shauna’s approachability, she seems less the person sharing these words through a novel and more one recounting what happened over cups of tea in her living room. Someone you want to reach out to, give a hug, and tell her everything will work out because it’s life and, well, it always does. (This ability of hers to be so transparent is probably why people seem to flock to her as girlfriends — of which, as you read, she has many).

    A number of essays in this title (there’s something like, 40 in all), really REALLY resonated with me. I’m borrowing a friend’s copy of the book and since she underlined many of the same passages I would have, I know they resonated with her as well. Shauna’s books are ones I really should just buy copies of seeing as how — though I rarely re-read anything — so many of her essays I could come back to again and again.

    Here were a few snippets I loved from a book FULL of thoughts worth quoting:

    • From “Things I Don’t Do”: In which Shauna writes about how she’s learning that while she wants to do everything in life and DO EVERYTHING BETTER, life is about figuring out those things you’re willing to give up so as to focus on the things you really care about (among her things she doesn’t do were things I, also, don’t do: gardening, major home improvements, making her bed in the morning, baking — I loved the “This is me, take it or leave it” attitude she conveyed with this lesson)

    • From “Alameda”: Share your life with the people you love, even if it means saving up for a ticket and going without a few things for a while to make it work. There are enough long lonely days of the same old thing, and if you let enough years pass, and if you let the routine steamroll your life, you’ll wake up one day, isolated and weary, and wonder what happened to all those old friends.

    • From “Twenty-Five”: For a while in my early 20s, I felt like I woke up a different person every day, and was constantly confused about which one, if any, was the real me. I feel more like myself with each passing year, for better and for worse, and you’ll find that, too. Every year, you will trade a little of your perfect skin and your ability to look great without exercising for wisdom and peace and groundedness, and every year the trade will be worth it. I promise.

    • From “Love Song for Fall”: (for artists and writers and photographers and creatives): If you were made to create, you won’t feel whole and healthy and alive until you do…..Do the work, learn the skills, and make art, because of what the act of creation will create in you.

    Many more, but I’ll let you read them instead.
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