Imagine with me a city. You’re almost there. It’s a city you’ve always wanted to go to. The [enter your favorite mode of transportation] is creeping ever closer. Then it stops. Almost there, but not quite. Laurel Garver is with us today to talk about her book, Almost There. Let’s see how many times we can use the title in different contexts.
About the Book
Paris, the City of Lights. To seventeen-year-old Dani Deane, it’s the Promised Land. Continue reading “Almost There” →
When my husband gets home today, we are going to head out for a very short, yet fun vacation. We are going to a festival that happens only every few years or so, and I think my boys will really love it. It’s not like we need to travel far: just the other side of the state.
Let’s have a little geography lesson. I live in Michigan and so Continue reading “Worst Vacation Experiences EVER!” →
This past week we said goodbye to my husband’s grandpa. Though we’ve dealt with others dying while being married these last ten plus years, the loss of his grandpa is probably one of the most difficult because they were birthday buddies. Throughout growing up Continue reading “I Want to Go Home” →