CRAZY ENOUGH by Storm Large
When you tell your life story and it has been anything but a series of ups and downs where do you begin? For Storm Large is starts from day one of her memory and moves forward to the day her life began again. This is a well-written documentation of her life laid out the way it was lived, with an anticipation that at any moment this could be the end. Ms. Large lived with a mother, who resided in and out of mental institutions her entire life. Storm's mother was always looking for the next drama to manifest and disease to have invaded her body.
At no time does Storm Large come off as complaining or excusing what she did to cope with the life she was handed she writes every gritty detail letting the reader decide for themselves exactly how they might have handled the situation.
What Storm has written is how the imperfection of life can lead you on many roads, but you have to take responsibility at some point for the one you walking down. Storm Large has found a good path and one I hope she stays on for her talent is boundless and the passion in her work visible with her note.