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Empty Nesters By Kathy King
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To many, the American dream is owning their own home with a white picket fence. It includes raising children, spending time with family, and providing a better life and more opportunities then they,... More > themselves ever had. Throughout realizing this dream transpires great stories and teachable moments. Then before you know it, the kids have flown the coop and the parents become "Empty Nesters". Empty Nesters is a collation of great stories and teachable moments through the lens of a middle age Mom using her "lighter side". It also brings to the foreground lifestyle changes, challenges, and joys many middle-aged people experience. It was written by Kathy King, who lived every day of her life to the fullest, positively impacted every person she met, and left this world a better place than she found it.< Less
Empty Nesters By Kathy King
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To many, the American dream is owning their own home with a white picket fence. It includes raising children, spending time with family, and providing a better life and more opportunities then they,... More > themselves ever had. Throughout realizing this dream transpires great stories and teachable moments. Then before you know it, the kids have flown the coop and the parents become "Empty Nesters". Empty Nesters is a collation of great stories and teachable moments through the lens of a middle age Mom using her "lighter side". It also brings to the foreground lifestyle changes, challenges, and joys many middle-aged people experience. It was written by Kathy King, who lived every day of her life to the fullest, positively impacted every person she met, and left this world a better place than she found it.< Less
Writin' on Empty: Parents Reveal the Upside, Downside, and Everything In Between When Children Leave the Nest By Risa Nye, Joan Cehn, Julie Renalds
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This collection of essays is indispensable for parents whose kids are leaving -- or have left -- the nest: for college, for the service, or for parts unknown. Writers share their touching, sometimes... More > humorous, and always poignant reactions to watching the kids take off into the world beyond the comfort of home.< Less
Deployed Grandparents being Parents By Debbie Nichols
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A true story of a working empty nester grandmother raising her USAF daughter's children, during her daughter's deployment in Afghanistan.
A Duck in My Sink By Julia Smith
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An empty-nester relinquishes her struggle with the circle of life through the nurture of an injured duckling and its two fluffy companions.
A Duck in My Sink By Julia Smith
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An empty-nester relinquishes her struggle with the circle of life through the nurture of an injured duckling and its two fluffy companions.
Still Off Our Rockers By John Hutton
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In the decade since ‘Off Our Rockers’ was published we (a retired empty-nester couple from New Zealand, now in our 60’s) have continued our travel adventures, traversing 5... More > continents and encountering dozens of different cultures. Along the way we have marveled at ancient wonders and wondered at modern marvels, and have been amazed and amused as we experienced a constantly changing mix of fun and frustration, comfort and calamity, humour and hassle, plenty and poverty... a veritable smorgasbord of what is wonderful (mostly) and woeful (sometimes) about the world. In all that time, we have never wanted to cease from our travels in order to settle down as responsible sensible ‘senior citizens’. We love the roaming retirement life that we have made for ourselves, and haven’t regretted a moment of it. As you read this light-hearted account of it, you can decide if we’re crazy, mad, unhinged – indeed, STILL off our rockers.< Less
Off Our Rockers By John Hutton
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Every one thought we were a bit crazy or terribly brave… or both. In 2002 my wife and I, a supposedly normal middle-aged ‘empty-nester’ NZ couple, quit our jobs, sold up... More > everything and headed off on an open-ended backpacking adventure to explore the world, beginning in Asia. From witnessing revolution in Nepal to surviving the Tsunami in Sri Lanka, from lying for days on spacious Thai beaches to standing for hours on jam-packed Indian buses, from communing with orang-utans to mis-communicating with locals, this book tells of our first three years’ travel in Asia with humour, enthusiasm and moments of poignancy. But it is more than a travel/adventure book. This light-hearted account of our physical journey is also about the mind journey that took us from safe Suburbia to adventurous Asia. Running through the weave of fun, experiences, anecdotes and impressions runs a thread about daring to do what you always wanted to do - before it’s too late.< Less
Still Off Our Rockers By John Hutton
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In the decade since ‘Off Our Rockers’ was published we (a retired empty-nester couple from New Zealand, now in our 60’s) have continued our travel adventures, traversing 5... More > continents and encountering dozens of different cultures. Along the way we have marveled at ancient wonders and wondered at modern marvels, have been amazed and amused as we experienced a constantly changing mix of fun and frustration, comfort and calamity, humour and hassle, plenty and poverty... a veritable smorgasbord of what is wonderful (mostly) and woeful (sometimes) about the world. In all that time, we have never wanted to cease from our travels in order to settle down as responsible sensible ‘senior citizens’. We love the roaming retirement life that we have made for ourselves, and haven’t regretted a moment of it. As you read this light-hearted account of it, you can decide if we’re crazy, mad, unhinged – indeed, STILL off our rockers.< Less
Off Our Rockers By John Hutton
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Every one thought we were a bit crazy or terribly brave… or both. In 2002 my wife and I, a supposedly normal middle-aged ‘empty-nester’ NZ couple, quit our jobs, sold up... More > everything and headed off on an open-ended backpacking adventure to explore the world, beginning in Asia. From witnessing revolution in Nepal to surviving the Tsunami in Sri Lanka, from lying for days on spacious Thai beaches to standing for hours on jam-packed Indian buses, from communing with orang-utans to mis-communicating with locals, this book tells of our first three years’ travel in Asia with humour, enthusiasm and moments of poignancy. But it is more than a travel/adventure book. This light-hearted account of our physical journey is also about the mind journey that took us from safe Suburbia to adventurous Asia. Running through the weave of fun, experiences, anecdotes and impressions runs a thread about daring to do what you always wanted to do - before it’s too late.< Less