Mona Griffith Stanbrough wrote this memoir primarily so her memories wouldn’t be lost to her five children, several grandchildren and several great-grandchilren. But it’s a very interesting look at family dynamics and cultures as her ancestors and contemporaries adjusted to new lifestyles.
Born in Indiana, she now lives in the home of her heart, southeast Arizona, with an untenable husband, two untenable cats, and an overly caffeinated chihuahua.
She also owns and operates Mo Sews Memories (https://mosewsmemories.com) where she uses her skills as a seamstress to create memories for others from bits and pieces of their lives.
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