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I travel a lot. And I do mean a lot. Some of it is voluntary and some not. That means the view from my window changes enough that it never gets dull.
I decided many years ago that I didn't want a bucket list. I've never been a patient person. Why wait? I'm ready now. So I learned that the best way to keep that list from ever getting out of hand is to just do the things you want to do. I am blessed with a daughter, she's twenty now, with a spirit similar to mine. When she was 11 and I was a single mom, I decided I wanted to go to the Bahamas. I had never been out of the country, outside of a road trip to Quebec when I was a teenager. I'm a hopeless beach bum, it was November, and I was already tired of the cold and longing for some sunshine. I found a deal on a cruise, and three weeks later we were sailing for Nassau.
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Sending the children off to college is never easy. For Lacey Marchand and Cara Myers, an empty nest is enough to drive them a little crazy -- but sometimes, a little crazy is just what the doctor ordered.
Now that their daughters have left for college, Lacey and Cara have too much time on their hands. With nothing else to do, Cara decides to help single-mom Lacey get a life. And what better way to get a life than a few blind dates?
Lacey, however, can't think of a worse way to spend her weekends. She has her own ideas for curing their empty nest problems -- Cara needs a new career. And a career just happens to be what Lacey understands best.
For Cara and Lacey, coping with the empty nest means reinventing their lives without losing their sanity. Where the Greener Grass Grows is the story of two mothers learning to live, to laugh and to let go.