M.L. Flados has a gift for making the meaningful and the mundane come alive in this retrospective of growing up Norwegian and Lutheran during the Great Depression. Her vivid narration of a former American lifestyle, is a remarkable sociological study of the “dirty thirties” and World War II. . Follow the Author’s interesting, sometimes hilarious, sashay from her childhood on a midwestern farm to life as a college professor’s wife, registered nurse, motivational speaker and writer. The Road From Spink is historical, readable, infinitely funny. “The Road From Spink is a treasure. More than a personal family story, it is a sociological study of the Depression years and of a lifestyle in America that modern generations will never know.” Bill Meyer, Publisher. President, Hoch Publishing Co. Inc., Marion, Kansas “For those who love history, The Road From Spink tells the story of an important era. It is a must read”. Bruce Odson, Publisher, Leader Courier, Elk Point, South Dakota. “M.L. Flados writes with great detail and a sense of humor of growing up Norwegian and Lutheran in the Midwest”. Julie Madden, Akron Hometowner.
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