Celebrating Color

My favorite season officially arrived. Summer hung around much too long this year. These photos were taken in Grand Mesa National Forest in Colorado. My thanks to one of my Colorado friends for sharing. Travel Light News I will join several writer friends for a Book Signing in Overland Park, Kansas. We will be at … More Celebrating Color

Dear Summer . . .

Dear Summer, It’s been good, but seasons change. I’ll take it from here. Sincerely, Autumn Until next time . . . Travel Light, SuZan © 2021 SuZan Klassen – All Rights Reserved

Proof On the Way

After many delays, the paperback proof copy of my Grandma Brain book is finally on the way. The ebook version is on sale in anticipation of the paperback’s release. If you can’t wait for the paperback, get the ebook: Grandma Brain © 2021 SuZan Klassen – All Rights Reserved            

Pout-Pout Tales & Tails

Have you read the picture book, The Pout-Pout Fish by Debra Diesen? Our friends visited the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, in Japan with their grandchildren. They all decided the fish in the featured photo above could easily have posed for the book.This book is an excellent read-aloud for your little ones, especially when they are pouting. … More Pout-Pout Tales & Tails

Fish Tails

On a previous post, How Far Would You Travel?  I told you about friends who traveled to see family at the Kadena Air Force Base on Okinawa. While there, they visited the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. They took several photos inside this humongous aquarium.I love how these pictures give perspective on not only the size of … More Fish Tails

13 Flag-Draped Coffins

As we drive around our country, we see many American flags. Most of those flags are flying at half staff, as well they should. 13 members of America’s military paid the ultimate price to defend our nation’s cherished values: Marine Sgt. Johanny Rosario Pichardo Marine Sgt. Nicole L. Gee Marine Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover … More 13 Flag-Draped Coffins

“Dogust,” Part 2

Since the sweltering days of August are often referred to as the dog days, some have come to call it “Dogust.” In a previous post, “Dogust,” Part 1, I asked where the phrase, “the dog days of August” came from? Some theorists argue that it began with the ancient Greeks. But others say it began … More “Dogust,” Part 2