I finished the book, Come Back, last night. It was an amazing read. I picked it up to prepare my self for what could be the very worst in dealing with the Mom/Daughter dynamic. It is about a mother who's daughter ends up half way across the country strung out on drugs and her quest to save her. The mother ends up sending her to a rehab/reprogramming place in Czechoslovakia, which gets shut down and is transferred to one in Montana. The book is written by both of them, so you get a sense what the other is feeling at the same time. It bounces back and forth between the two. It was really really good. I don't want to give away to much, but I am recommending to all moms of daughters even teen daughters. It can be difficult to read in parts as in emotionally.
I have regressed on the running. I only walked yesterday; Friday I did nothing, my hinder was killing me. I did some today, but I admit I took a shortcut to get to the park sooner. I'm such a slacker. I did get out there though.