Shoes Were For Sunday

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 192
  • Shoes Were For Sunday
  • Molly Weir
  • English
  • 25 April 2019
  • 0091001900

About the Author: Molly Weir

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  1. Sylvester says:

    Molly Weir writes about growing up in a Glasgow tenement Raised by her widowed mother and Grandmother, she tells of the poverty of the neighbors and the hardships of their lives with compassion and warmth I enjoyed her portrayal of the shopkeepers, teachers, and family members, and all the fun the kids had together in spite of their poverty Molly Weir is a fun loving, spunky woman, and writes as such An easy, enjoyable read.

  2. Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all) says:

    I read Molly Weir s story of living and working through WW2 and getting her start on the BBC Radio, in a book called What Did You Do in the War, Mummy Women in World War II, so I was interested in her biography Picked it up on a sleepless night and devoured it entire in a few hours She just talks to the reader, telling her story without self pity or sentimentality There s no Young people today don t know how good they have it or Poor me, my ambition saved me It s just, Yes we were po I read Molly Weir s story of living and working through WW2 and getting her start on the BBC Radio, in a book called What Did You Do in the War, Mummy Women in World War II, so I was interested in her biography Picked it up on a sleepless night and devoured it entire in a few hours She just talks to the reader, telling her story without self pity or sentimentality There s no Young people today don t know how good they have it or Poor me, my ambition saved me It s just, Yes we were poor, dirt poor in fact, and we knew it, but we didn t let it own us The text is a bit scrappy in parts, and there are no references to outside events to help place it in time, but that s normal when telling a child s story I don t know too many children especially in that time who think much about political social events unless for some reason they affect them directly I couldn t figure out how old she was by the end of the book, though she might have been 16, the normal age for working class kids to leave school at the time I found her narrative voice entertaining and her descriptions of life as she lived it engaging I love the description of night in the wash house The book was written in 1970, reprinted after Ms Weir s death in 2004 Her estate was left to the poor and widowed in the area where she grew up I would like very much to find the rest of the trilogy

  3. Lucy Lang says:

    If you want to know what it was like living in the 1920s up a close in a Glaswegian tenement this book is for you This had an extra appeal to me, as it was set at a time when my father would have been a child in that dusty dirty big city, but where common folk had hearts of gold I absolutely loved it

  4. Jan says:

    Love her stories of historical value values rarely found today There is no plot It s history lovingly put to print Love her stories of historical value values rarely found today There is no plot It s history lovingly put to print

  5. Jemima Ravenclaw says:

    Poverty is a very exacting teacher and I had been taught wellMolly Weir, well known Scottish actress and comedian, writes this charming, authentic autobiography of her life as a child growing up in the poor tenements of Glascow during WW1 and the following economic depression 1910 1925 in a family where her widowed mother was the sole breadwinner for her household of three children, and her Grandmother was the main caregiver Living in two small rooms what luxury , the family of four wPoverty is a very exacting teacher and I had been taught wellMolly Weir, well known Scottish actress and comedian, writes this charming, authentic autobiography of her life as a child growing up in the poor tenements of Glascow during WW1 and the following economic depression 1910 1925 in a family where her widowed mother was the sole breadwinner for her household of three children, and her Grandmother was the main caregiver Living in two small rooms what luxury , the family of four worked hard, each member contributing their mite and learning how to hold household from a young age Despite the deprivation, this was a family who knew how to count their blessings There are many heartwarming tales of family life, of community and caring for those less fortunate than others through awareness, concern and small acts of kindness, each shown with a delicacy of respect that could teach a generation now living in less connected communities Molly speaks of how lucky she was to grow up in such a close knit, loving family, where providence and care of the growing children s needs, took precedence in the adult minds Her mother worked hard on the railways from before dawn until after dusk, her Grandmother gave up everything to come and live with them to care for them all when her mother had to go out to work, after the death of her father early in Molly s lifeFilling every corner of my world was Grannie From the minute I opened my eyes in the hurley bed in the morning, she tormented me, disciplined me, taught me, laughed at me, loved me, and tied me to her for ever, although I didn t know it at the time The story is told from the point of view of the child and adolescent Molly, aged 3 to 15, with no attempt to review its stories from adult eyes Molly s world revolved around the security of her Grandmother, provider of care, understanding, disciple and tough love warm nourishing food and always a welcoming presence in her home from the moment she opened her eyes to the moment they shut at night, even sharing her small trundle bed during sleepOne minute I was drowsily gazing at the gas mantle, blinking my lashes against its soft radiance and making rainbows with my flickering eyelids and its glowing globe, and the next moment it was dark and Grannie was pulling the blankets round her, and easing herself into the hollow in front of me As I cooried in closer, to keep my share of the bedclothes, she would reach out a hand to push my knees down Your banes are like sticks, she would complain Streetch them doon noo They re that sherp, they re cuttin intae auld Grannie s back Sleepily, obediently, I would straighten out my legs, and I would drift off with a drowsy smile as I prodded with a small hand my offending knees How could Grannie think they were sharp enough to hurt her I wondered They felt soft and ordinary enough to meTold with sparkling humour and simplicity, the childhood experiences of Molly, her brothers and the tight knit community of children living in the tenements is a joy to read Although they went without many privileges, the family managed to provide for the necessities and even the occasional holiday or party for an extra special occasion It was however the stories of the everyday that especially charmed me and made me see again that money cannot buy the kind of happiness that love can provideGrannie meanwhile had been making the porridge, and infusing the tea, and soon we three children were kneeling on the rug with our porridge bowls on top of the long stool which ran the length of the fireplace, the heat from the fire warming our faces and fingers as we supped the good meal How cosy these winter breakfasts were, for we had all been out of doors to whet our appetites, the boys delivering their milk round, and of course me getting the messages in I had thought this routine would go on for ever, for I knew no other Grannie, the centre of her world, fearsome but loving Grannie, whose tough, independent spirit taught Molly to rise above her pitiful surroundings, work hard and finally achieve her dreams Molly says her childhood ended on the day her Grannie died Molly achieved scholarships to attend a university, and then went on to a successful career as an actress, most notably for her role as the long running 1977 1984 character Hazel the McWitch in the BBC TV series Rentaghost That was a favourite TV show of mine growing up, full of fun and zany comedy Shoes Were For Sunday , first published in 1970, became a bestseller Molly went on to publish a number of other autobiographical books, following her rise from the slums to the footlights Best Foot Forward , A Toe On The Ladder , Stepping into the Spotlight , Walking into the Lyon s Den and One Small Footprint Molly died in 2004, leaving the proceeds of her estate to the poor and elderly of her beloved Springburn in Glasgow

  6. Darla Ebert says:

    Molly Weir must have been such a happy little elfin like lady Her very words betray her, I wish I had known her, in some ways I feel I have Having read hercomplete book, this one equates with an excerpt but is very much appreciated Such an unusual woman with a very fruitful life in both Glasgow and London Molly Weir grew up happily enough in poverty Poverty is a very exacting teacher and I had been taught well She moved up the ranks to become an accomplished actress but did not Molly Weir must have been such a happy little elfin like lady Her very words betray her, I wish I had known her, in some ways I feel I have Having read hercomplete book, this one equates with an excerpt but is very much appreciated Such an unusual woman with a very fruitful life in both Glasgow and London Molly Weir grew up happily enough in poverty Poverty is a very exacting teacher and I had been taught well She moved up the ranks to become an accomplished actress but did not succumb to its lure toward shoddy morals Molly Weir was married to the same man all her life and had a solid Christian foundation I was mesmerized by her story

  7. Anne says:

    I really enjoyed this novel by Molly Weir as she describes growing up in a Glasgow tenement Despite having nothing, the children all had fun playing together and were unaware of their poverty It tells of the hardship and struggles of the parents to make ends meet and feed and clothe their children I loved the descriptions of the neighbours, the shop keepers, the antics of the children and the real love they all had for each other.A totally different world from the world we live in today and n I really enjoyed this novel by Molly Weir as she describes growing up in a Glasgow tenement Despite having nothing, the children all had fun playing together and were unaware of their poverty It tells of the hardship and struggles of the parents to make ends meet and feed and clothe their children I loved the descriptions of the neighbours, the shop keepers, the antics of the children and the real love they all had for each other.A totally different world from the world we live in today and not that long ago

  8. Marietta says:

    Really enjoyed Shoes Were For Sunday, took me right back to my special relationship with my Grannie Also Grannie spelt the way my family have always done and not Granny I am a Grannie myself and reminded me of how special your relationship and bond with your grandchildren is If I could rate higher I would.

  9. dorothy cannon says:

    A book of hardship and loveI enjoyed the book what it showed mostly was the happiness and love that the author had while growing up.I particularly was shocked at her having to share an egg with her Grannie How can you share an egg I did not think this book showed any tragedy like Angela s Ashes It was a tale of growing up in Glasgow surrounded by love and family A

  10. Jackie Stitt says:

    Nostalgic readThis bring back memories to when I was younger and my Man telling me about her life in Newcastle as a young girl Molly I have to say you were very lucky to go on a holiday It s a great heart warming story, children today have it much easier than we did.