Rebecca watched the light November snow swirl around in her mother’s grave as the casket was lowered to its final resting place. She focused on the snow. She couldn’t think about the casket and what it meant. She was only twelve after all. She had never known her father. He was a soldier and died when she was a baby. Now her mother was gone—killed in a car crash.
Gary Green grew up on a small dairy farm in central Minnesota. After graduating from St. Cloud State University with a psychology degree he worked in the mental health field for many years. Now retired, he lives on a small farm near New London, Minnesota with his wife Tammy, his dog Basil and twelve chickens. His works include “In Pursuit of Joy”, the story of his recovery from depression and alcoholism; “The Mindful Lifestyle”, an intro to mindfulness; and “Rebecca Pendragon”, a fantasy adventure for young readers that incorporates mindfulness concepts into the story.Read More