Eleanor Moylan writes about a very full life. Her energy and enthusiasm have always been driving forces and are reflected by her three daughters who are leading active, productive lives. Mrs. Moylan's teaching career brought enrichment to people of every age. Teaching in Quito, Ecuador, realized her love of language and travel in a favorite landscape: mountains - the Andes. This love continues in her retirement, as she has traveled to many countries in the last ten years. Eleanor's Scottish heritage gave her a "waste not-want not" attitude which is especially relevant now in our planet's troubled times. Through painting and photography, her love of nature can be seen and admired. Read her memoir and look for yourself in her experiences.
What fun! Eleanor Moylan shares with the reader a life of love and adventure. We are woven into the story of a life begun in the Great Depression and continuing into the American Empire. Family, faith, friends, teaching, and serving are the lyrics of her song; delight and joy mark her melody. Read for a woman's truth and learn of a family's unfolding which began at Plymouth Rock.
-Eduard Nuesser Loring,
author "I Hear Hope Banging at My Back Door"