by Loretta Nyhan
As many happily married women might experience, when Paige loses her husband a couple decades too soon, she falls apart. When she is unable to pull herself together in an acceptable amount of time, she falls in danger of losing her job, her relationship with her teenage son, her status of a respectable neighbor. That last one she doesn’t care too much about. And it’s a good thing, too, because she learns to heal and get a grip on her life as she turns her backyard into a vegetable garden (much to the chagrin of her neighbors). While a sweet tale of finding hope after tragedy, Diggin In Nynah’s wit and even satirical style makes it a humorous tale as well.