Forever... One Day at a Time Laugh, cry, and muse over Winegar's unique perspective as you travel through culture shock, jungle vines and language barriers from the vantage point of a missionary: ."There are nasty looking dogs everywhere. Flea-bitten, tick-infested, sore-covered, scroungy, bags of bones! They scratch incessantly, leaving scanty patches of tuft clinging to their vile bodies. Rummaging through piles of litter they tear open garbage bags that are stacked on the street or thrown out of a car window. I can't help but wonder why my dog, Delbert, got to be in the circumstances he is in instead of like one of these revolting beasts? I can picture him now, stretching out for a nap on our leather chaise-lounge or scratching at the pantry door for a treat." ."While visiting the Embera' Indian village in Panama, I asked Dee how Heavenly Father determined where we were born. We were in a canoe on a remote spot of the Canal a million miles from nowhere. I couldn't imagine how awful it would be to be born there. Moments later we watched as some little boys climbed a tree along the bank and shouted with glee as they leapt into the river. Dee turned to me and said, "Do you think those boys would trade places with anyone?" The vivid imagery and refreshing perception make FOREVER.ONE DAY AT A TIME a book you will not soon forget.