|Jane Sweeney, with humor and candor, tells her story of growing in the fifties, and coming of age in the sixties when she got a college education for $54 per semester, and worked as an Indian maiden at Disneyland. She also tells of the death her mother when Jane was 34, and how it led her to a career in hospice, an unknown movement in the 80's dealing with the AIDS epidemic and learning how to cope with grief and loss from Elisabeth Kugler-Ross. Her three grown kids are her greatest joy, and some of her best teachers. An enduring love of animals and her incredible adventures with have taught her life changing lessons as well. There are hilarious stories of riding Zorro's horse, being a test model dummy on Disneyland rides, and becoming a funeral director for large animals. Don't mis this book, it will have you laughing and crying and learning!