I'm not sure how many times I might do this for my workspace Wednesday, but my goal is to read 50 books this year and I have an idea in mind of how to document this. But for now I wanted to share a little about this books, because it moved me, it made me really think, it change my opinion on so many things I had read and heard via the media. Rosie Batty lost her son, Luke, to murder in a public place from Luke's father. If you live in Australia I'm sure you have heard about this heart breaking story. I've always had mixed feelings by how much Rosie put herself out there in the media after Luke's death. Rosie was the person to speak to the media first when it's usually a family member or friend. Rose went against the grid. I went into this book with judgement, I wont lie. BUT I came out of this with open eyes and a completely different perspective on Rosie. It made me once again release you really can not judge someone by what is shared via the media. I highly recommend this book. Not only could I not put it down while at camp, I smiled, I had tears and it gave me information on subjects I knew little about, even typing this I feel the emotions again. Rosie Batty is an amazing mother and hr love for her son Luke pours out into this Mother's Story.