This was a really great book, really great. I now want to read all the books this author has written. Kate spent the summer at Lost Lake when she was 12. It was the last best summer she had. Now she is grown up, coming out of the fog of losing her husband. She has a daughter to raise and her mother in law has taken over in her fog of grief. On a whim Kate decides to give her daughter one last best summer at Lost Lake. Will it still be there? Will her great aunt still be running the place? Eby, her great aunt, has decided to sell Lost Lake. She is old and so are the cabins. People come to say their goodbyes, but can Lost Lake be saved before it's too late? "Children always know when their mothers are crazy-they just never admit it, not out loud, to anyone." Children know more than we give them credit for. "She wanted to say that waking up is the most important part of grieving, that so many women in their family failed to do it, and she was proud of Kate for fighting her way back." Coming back from, or out of grief really is the hardest thing. It takes being willing to live again and after you've lost someone you love so much living is the hardest thing to do, it takes the most courage. "If we measured life in the things that almost happened, we wouldn't get anywhere." We can't live in the almost. "No amount of love and no amount of money would change people who didn't want to change." Amen to that. Prayer and God is what changes things. "When your cup is empty, you do not mourn what is gone. Because if you do, you will miss the opportunity to fill it again." A good book filled with laughable moments and moments that will make you think. A funny book with depth.