" ... O'Neil celebrates here all that factors into being a daughter, then a wife, and finally a mother. While these are poems of domesticity, they are not overly sentimental, and they always pack a punch. There is wisdom here and a sense that the speaker has earned that wisdom through a life well-lived."
Check out the full review at Sandy's blog, Myself the only Kangaroo among the Beauty. (Great title, BTW.)