'Foulweather Farm' Reveals Husband's Tribute to His Wife
Dreams have always been a necessity for humanity, for dreams are what fuels one to reach for the stars and be the best to one's abilities. In "Foulweather Farm" author Steven J. Vis has written an inspiring tribute to his wife Maureen Vis, a spirited and determined woman who followed her dreams to the utmost of her abilities.
"Foulweather Farm" tells the inspiring story of Maureen a feisty, self-confident woman, who, at the age of 50 and with the help of her husband, established an organic farm on Foulweather Bluff, a point of land on the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State. With hard work and determination the farm becomes wildly successful and the two lived the good life. That is until one day Maureen is diagnosed with a dreaded disease. This compelling story, centered on the last thirty hours of her life, will make one wish that one could have known her. This touching story also spreads the message of healthy living and the dangers of smoking.
This inspiring book is a husband's touching tribute to his wife and the many things they have accomplished together. "Foulweather Farm" is a truly beautiful and touching read.
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About the Author
Steven Vis, now married, lives in the high desert of Southern Arizona, ten miles from Mexico. He is currently working on a novel, based on his experience in the Marine Corps. He does not have a garden.
Foulweather Farm* by Steven J. Vis
Publication Date: December 20, 2013
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