It’s difficult to pretend you love someone when you don’t. It’s even harder to pretend you don’t love someone when you do.
To whom do we belong? To our spouses or to each other?
As Ever, Pudd is a romantic love story told in letters. Why would two people married for a total of over 50 years to other spouses travel down a path that was destined to change their lives forever? Their heart-wrenching journey of pain, anger and sorrow, the lives they were responsible for tearing apart and the fear of losing it all. This memoir continues on to span their “happily ever after” 25 year marriage until her husband’s death in 2007. It goes on to describe the social aspects of widowhood and the after-death communications that have allowed her to remain connected to him in spirit. These communications became their dance between heaven and earth. The title says it all “A Love Story That Never Ends” is the theme throughout the book. It’s a love that will last forever.
About the Author:
Anita A. Caruso was an interior decorator for over 40 years and a columnist for the Cape Cod Digest magazine, writing a series of weekly articles pertaining to her profession. This led her to express her talents in writing and lecturing before diverse groups. Her artistic expressions were developed earlier in her life through fashion modeling and theater.
Anita was a member of the Business and Professional Women’s Club of Cape Cod and was one of the finalists for Woman of the Year, 1975. In 1986, she founded Investments Unlimited of Cape Cod. The club, made up of thirteen professional women, just celebrated its 27th year.
Anita has been actively involved in a weekly writing group for six years. She is also a member of the Cape Cod Writers Center. Anita lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and has been honored for outstanding Excellence and Dedication to her Profession and the Achievement of Women for 2013-2014. She is a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
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