The Resource Dearest Dorothy, are we there yet?
- Dearest Dorothy, are we there yet?
- Statement of responsibility
- Charlene Ann Baumbich
- Christian fiction
- Christian fiction
- trueFaith (Christianity)
- trueFemale friendship
- Illinois -- Fiction
- trueLand development
- trueOctogenarian women
- Older women
- Older women -- Fiction
- trueOptions, alternatives, choices
- truePartonville (Ill. : Imaginary place)
- trueRural lands
- trueSenior women
- trueSmall town life -- Illinois
- trueSmall towns
- trueWetstra, Dorothy (Fictitious character)
- In Partonville, a tiny southern Illinois farming town, 87-year-old Dorothy Jean Wetstra is the self-proclaimed town matriarch. She's a regular in the main street cafe, where she helps herself to doughnuts and gossip. And she's a Wild Musketeer on the senior citizens' softball team. Aware of her own limitations, she often asks "the Big Guy" in heaven for help with the town's problems: "Dear Lord, DO SOMETHING!"
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- Dearest Dorothy
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- bk. 1
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