I won Abandoned in Search of Rainbows through a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my review of A.K. Driggs Memoir. A few days after Kim was born in 1954, she was left in a paper sack on a toilet seat at a local Grill in Rochester, NY. She was soon adopted by Bob and Betty Driggs. They were an affectionate couple and very loving parents. Kim has written an uplifting Memoir of triumph! Whatever she set her mind on; she was able to be successful. She never complained about life’s misfortunes. Kim would just pick herself up and find another path. A.K. had a scare with breast cancer and had to go through surgery and chemotherapy. She realized that life is too short. A.K. had a dream that she wanted to follow and didn’t want to wait five years, as planned, to find it. She and her partner Janet decided they would move to Hawaii in one year instead of five. Through hard work they accomplished their goal! Kim’s Memoir made me think about what I want to do in my life that I haven’t done. She’s an admirable woman who’s been through her share of adversities. Yet, she was still able to find the rainbows in her life!