Three generations of a simple Texas family contend with meager times.
Alive with emotion, and rich with characters,
their journey begins on Gibbons Street.
52 Pages, includes photos.
“Growing up within a loving working-class family; the inevitable passage of time and life’s ultimate losses…these are the arching themes of this collection of personal memories, masterfully woven together in both verse and prose, to form palpable pictures of people, time and place. Sue Mayfield Geiger’s clear writing moves one deeply and informs, expressing tenderness without being sentimental. Lisette Templin’s photographs add the right touch of reality without breaking the threads of imagination woven by the author.”
– Arlene Alda, Author/photographer
“Gibbons Street is a sweet and lyrical journey through life, steeped in all its fire and grace.”
– Alison Wright, Author of Learning to Breathe: One Woman’s Journey of Spirit and Survival
“We all need the warmth of memories, even if they aren’t our own, even if they’re hard and full of life’s lessons, but we especially need memories from writers like Sue Mayfield Geiger whose stories are heart-stirring and energizing, designed to fortify and feed the soul.”
– MaryJane Butters, Author and founder of MaryJanesFarm
“Gibbons Street made me smile, laugh and cry; ache with sadness yet swell with pride and understanding. It is poignant, thoughtful scrapbook of life’s loves and disappointments, and a very ‘real’ picture of a woman’s journey through life.”
– Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus, Southwest Airlines