Angela Diener Pens Story of Woman's Life-Changing Move to Germany
In her new book, "Goodbye, My Children" (published by iUniverse), Angela Diener tells the story of Lynne, who takes her American family to Germany to join her airman husband in a small village where no one speaks English. A neighbor invites herself into their daily lives, speaking only German phrases and using pantomime to communicate, and she quickly endears herself to them.
When this neighbor enters their world, life quickly becomes a series of wild events, from comical to aggravating, tender to calamitous, affecting every moment of their lives. Lynne, at first annoyed with the realization she was losing her ability to control of her family's life, comes to appreciate this gentle soul who was determined to befriend them.
In light of the events that occur, Lynne begins to search her inner depths and to realize her need to depend on her faith, which had been neglected while she attended to her family. It is during these worrisome times that she leans heavily on her Lord and Saviour for strength and trusts His promises.
Angela Diener wrote her first story at the age of 15. She married a man in the U.S. Air Force and joined him in England, where they lived for a year before traveling to California, Georgia, Florida and Germany, later settling in New Hampshire. Together they raised five children. Diener has written a number of vignettes, poems and newspaper articles.
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