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Table Of Contents

Foreword to Blue Lawn & Collide
Preface
Side Rails—Please
Under the Orange Roof
Distance in Our Eyes
S.P.A.M
Don’t Walk—Run
The Last Son
The Chair with the Crooked Leg
The Tree with One Leaf
Life
Stowaway
The Less—Than Club
Freedom to be Me
Responsible
I thought I Knew
Tune In & Tune Out
First
Where did I park My Life
Signposts
Time, God, & Recovery
House on Blue Lawn
Be Where I Am—Today
Side Door
Re—Accept
Foundations
Unteachable
The Other One Too
Apples and Ostriches
Room Six
I Couldn’t Afford to Drink (But I Drank Anyway)
Walking in my New Pair of Shoes
My Father’s Hands
Check
Once Upon a Line
Mexican Apple Pie
Fishing in the Soup Bowl
Never, Never Prayer
Good morning, God
Life & Reality Collide
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Blue Lawn & Collide

Blue Lawn & Collide

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Published by Xlibris
Stay on the beam. Travel light. Keep it simple. These are just some of the things Author
L.E. Hastings has heard on his journey so far. The search for faith and hope on this trip around the sun opens up once again in this new retelling of his earlier works.
With, "The House on Blue Lawn" we come to know the Author as he starts his journey down this road of recovery. With stories like, "The Less Than Club" to "The Last Son" to the telling of, "Under the Orange Roof". The road of hope opens up before us.
In, "When Life and Reality Collide" we once again identify with the stories of faith like, "Mexican Apple Pie" to "Here Today", and "Good Morning, God". We start down a road of healing and a new freedom that comes to us all in our first few steps of recovery. To new readers to old we get that chance once again to see the creativity in L.E. Hastings writings as he gets his message of how our destructive ways can turn into the lasting foundation to a new freedom of life, love, and surrender. A new way of life is open for us all as we turn from page to page in this new republishing of his first two books. Where we all might just see the hope of not being alone. On this journey in recovery.
Stay on the beam. Travel light. Keep it simple. These are just some of the things Author
L.E. Hastings has heard on his journey so far. The search for faith and hope on this trip around the sun opens up once again in this new retelling of his earlier works.
With, "The House on Blue Lawn" we come to know the Author as he starts his journey down this road of recovery. With stories like, "The Less Than Club" to "The Last Son" to the telling of, "Under the Orange Roof". The road of hope opens up before us.
In, "When Life and Reality Collide" we once again identify with the stories of faith like, "Mexican Apple Pie" to "Here Today", and "Good Morning, God". We start down a road of healing and a new freedom that comes to us all in our first few steps of recovery. To new readers to old we get that chance once again to see the creativity in L.E. Hastings writings as he gets his message of how our destructive ways can turn into the lasting foundation to a new freedom of life, love, and surrender. A new way of life is open for us all as we turn from page to page in this new republishing of his first two books. Where we all might just see the hope of not being alone. On this journey in recovery.

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