By Carol Burnett
“More than whatever, we're remembered for our smiles: those we percentage with our closest and dearest, and the only we bestow on a complete stranger who wishes it correct then, and God has placed us there to deliver.” — Carrie Hamilton
You are approximately to satisfy a unprecedented younger girl, Carrie Hamilton. The daughter of 1 of television’s so much recognizable and cherished stars, Carol Burnett, Carrie gained the hearts of each person she met along with her kindness, quirky humorousness, and fantastically unconventional way of living. dwelling within the highlight of big name, yet in an period whilst own issues have been saved inner most, Carrie and Carol made a courageous show of honesty and love via going public with teen Carrie’s drug dependancy and restoration. Carrie lived her grownup lifetime of sobriety to the fullest, having fun with satisfied and decided independence and attaining a profitable creative profession as an actress, author, musician, and director. Carrie’s ardour for all times and her humorist’s view of the area by no means wavered as she aggressively battled melanoma. Carrie died on the age of 38.
<I >Carrie and Me</I> is Carol Burnett’s poignant tribute to her past due daughter and a humorous and relocating memoir approximately mothering a rare younger girl throughout the struggles and triumphs of her existence. Sharing her own diary entries, photos, and correspondence, Carol strains the adventure she and Carrie took via a few of life’s hardest demanding situations and sweetest miracles. real, intimate, and whole of affection, <I >Carrie and Me</I> is a narrative of wish and pleasure that just a mom may write.
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