Williamsburg, VA (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
“The purpose of this book,” Yoast writes, “is to relate lessons we can all learn through our experiences in suffering and through blessings we are given in God’s school of character molding.”
“If a man would just realize how important a word of appreciation is to a wife and mother. Women do not like to be taken for granted, and I was beginning to doubt Roland’s love for me.
I was not aware of the obvious “middle” my husband felt among these children. There was little time to pamper a spoiled wife in all this confusion, and we were torn between his duties as a provider and mine as a homemaker.
‘Help, God! If there is a God, please help me!’”
Been There. Done That. covers the majority of Yoast’s life, with chapters focusing on each part. Each of her three marriages is examined, both the relationships and the events and travels of her life during those years. The common thread running through most of these tales, though, is the impermeable seal of Yoast’s faith, which she credits with carrying her through the roughest events.
About the Author
Sally Riggs Robinson Yoast is a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She and her third husband, John Yoast, were residents of Williamsburg, Virginia. The peaceful atmosphere of Southern living in a devoted Christian home instilled a solid foundation in Sally that has sustained her through much suffering. She is also the author of Seasons of a Marriage.
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