Kerrie Carnes Salwa used her Facebook page to share her conversations with her young twin daughters over several years as a form of therapy to deal with her underperforming small business, her continual rejection from full time jobs that she could do in her sleep, her mom’s second cancer diagnosis, and the deaths of both her sister and her father. It was the precious, pure of heart, and hilarious conversations with her daughters that saved Kerrie’s sanity and her life while she navigated years of hardships while trying to maintain balance. This compilation of these tiny conversations will ultimately put you in a better mood and make you wish you could hang out with the twins on a daily basis.
About the Author
Kerrie Carnes Salwa is the previous owner and operator of The Spillway, a neighborhood tavern, in the small but unique town of Clinton, located in central Massachusetts. Kerrie was born in Monroe, North Carolina, and raised in the Mentor Headlands, Ohio, outside of Cleveland. She moved to Massachusetts when she was 13. After college, Kerrie worked at the State House in Boston and the City Hall in Leominster. She currently resides in Clinton with her husband, Seth, and her twin daughters and works at a local university.
In 2010, Kerrie started a Massachusetts chapter of an organization called Breast Intentions. The group raises money year round to help local breast cancer patients pay their bills while undergoing treatment or while in recovery. Breast Intentions of MA is very dear to Kerrie’s heart, so a portion of the proceeds from this book will go to Breast Intentions of MA’s ongoing efforts.