How Not To Vanagon
How Not To, Book 2A seventy-eight year old romance writer, after living alone for twenty years, re-connects with an old (younger, 65,) email writing pal, and she and Fred move in together. But living in a house with a man twenty four-seven starts to make poisoning him sound viable. In a last ditch effort at saving the relationship and her so-called sanity, she agrees to the purchase of a Vanagon, an old Westfalia hippy van, and together they go on a long, meandering camping trip across the United States and Canada. Each chapter is filled with humor, tragedy and many life lessons. Whoever has the mistaken idea that life for a woman is pretty much over at 80 needs to read this book.
Bed and Breakfast Fail Proof Recipes
How To Cook Easy, Good And Fast While Half AsleepWhether you're cooking for Bed And Breakfast guests or just for your own hungry family, these simple, scrumptious recipes solve the challenge of what to serve for that important first meal of the day. Cooking should be fun, and it should also feed guests, family or just someone who happened to drop by. These are my favourite breakfast dishes from years of running a massively popular B&B, as well as feeding hungry growing sons. It includes numerous recipes for delicious breakfast choices, some of which will work as well for lunch and dinner—like the easy, amazing Cheese Souffle. This book has everything you need to conjure up downhome breakfasts that will please everyone.
Till Disease Do Us Part-Caregiver Burnout
In this short story, remembering my experience at care giving a husband with Parkinson’s Disease was painful and also cathartic. Hindsight is always good at showing us the changes we might have made in the way we handled ourselves in any given situation. I wanted to honestly record in TILL DISEASE DO US PART how easy it is to go from relative sanity to burnout. If this report could help even one burned out caregiver realize they’re not alone I’d feel writing it was worth every painful moment.
How Not To Run A B&B
I’d been running a B&B in Vancouver, and it wasn’t until I moved to my home town and opened another one that I decided to write about the experience. I’ve only recently closed the second version of the Blue Collar, because I wanted to get back to writing full time. The Vancouver version is filled with true accounts of the weird and wonderful people who came and stayed, and my even more weird and wonderful dear friends.
Deeter, The Dog Who Wouldn’t Listen
My grandkids had a dog they adored called Deeter. Unfortunately, Deeter died some time ago. Lindsey and Ryan wanted to help write a story about him that would keep his memory alive always. And that’s how the kid’s book, DEETER, THE DOG WHO DIDN’T LISTEN, came about.