One hundred daffodils : finding beauty, grace, and meaning when things fall apart

One hundred daffodils : finding beauty, grace, and meaning when things fall apart

Winn, Rebecca, author.


1st ed.

Physical Description
ix, 307 pages ; 22 cm.

Prologue. The spiderweb ; Form and formlessness -- Decomposition. Living in Sleeping Beauty's castle: part one ; Desperately seeking self ; Living in Sleeping Beauty's castle: part two ; Déjà vu all over again ; Women grieve, men replace -- Fallow. I am autumn ; The itsy bitsy spider ; First touch ; Bright white nights ; Opposites attract ; The lifeline ; Moments of joy ; Letting go ; Total annihilation ; The still small voice ; Geraldine -- Germination. Invincible summer ; Dark luna ; It came to pass ; Fall blooming flowers ; Just passing through ; Revelation revelry ; The littlest phoenix ; The great escape -- Emergence. Víbora ; The rescue ; Patita ; Seasons of love ; Coyote ugly ; March of the sunflowers ; One hundred daffodils ; The plane truth ; Deep trust ; To sit in solemn silence -- Florescence. No need for validation ; The giving tree ; Break up, break down, break through ; Cottonwood chorus ; A new day ; Raucous raccoons ; A prairie dog companion ; Chop wood, carry water ; Blank canvas -- Epilogue. Into the great unknown.

Personal Subject
Winn, Rebecca.

Subject Term
Divorced women.
Divorce -- Psychological aspects.
Life change events.
Self-realization in women.

A reflection on human resilience and nature's ability to teach, inspire, and heal after an unexpected life upheaval. One Hundred Daffodils is told through the lens of the author's personal experiences with grief and heartbreak on her journey toward self-discovery and empowerment. --

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