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As people mourned and grieved, rumors started of a curse on the land; the neighborhood children feared their parents were next to leave for the afterlife. Suddenly, a lemonade stand catapulted some of the young girls to lead their peers and the adults out of grief; they witnessed many minor miracles through this action. What brought on the proverbial lemonade stand?

After another dad dies, the kids were told by peers that our subdivision was CURSED! The children- already leery- felt panicked any time a father or mothers left their sight. Their parents attempted to arrange grief counseling into their elementary school. The counselors volunteered services; however, this story took place a few years before events such as Columbine High School.

Not understanding the implications of the many deaths on her system, the principal thwarted these efforts. THE CHILDREN AND THEIR PEERS NEEDED GROUP INTERVENTION!!!

Finally, God showed the way out of grief and how to bring back a semblance of ‘normal, everyday life.’ A simple and cliché LEMONADE STAND was the start of HIS guidance! The proceeds bought groceries for a family that just lost their dad. The children’s works of love brought about many minor miracles that are shared by telling you their story.

This is the true story of how these girls’ efforts help their community through the grieving process.

Did these girls find a way to end the NEIGHBORHOOD'S curse and grief? Let’s just say, “Hopefully, this tale will inspire others suffering loss to take up a cause and take back control of their own life.”

This book is a must read for anyone grieving.

Published: Cynthia Meyers-Hanson on
ISBN: 9781465765017
List price: $2.99
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