How far would you travel to see family? Friends recently made the twenty-four-hour flight to Japan. Their son was stationed at Kadena Air Force Base on Okinawa. Parts of their trip involved connecting flights. The longest stretch of the trip was the twelve hours over the ocean. When our friends arrived on base, they were … More How Far Would You Travel?
Given the current publishing market trends, many writers pursue self-publishing through Amazon’s KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing). I recently joined their ranks via my book: Grandma Brain, Hope and Humor for the hopelessly addlepated minds of grandparents, parents, and other childcare givers. Before I began my journey I sought insight from others who had already traveled … More Trials & Tribulations of KDP
Last week I wrote about Grandma M’s Trip to Iowa with her five granddaughters. This week’s story recounts her trip with her grandsons to Stockton Lake, Missouri. She’s a busy lady. These trips always begin with the children’s arrival at Grandma’s house in the morning. They arrive with suitcase and sack lunch in hand. They … More Grandma M’s Trip to Stockton Lake
One of my friends goes on a trip every year with her granddaughters—all five of them. To protect the identity of the children I’ll simply refer to my friend as Grandma M. This year COVID put a cramp in their plans. “However, it opened up new, exciting possibilities,” she said. “And you can quote me … More Grandma M’s Trip to Iowa