This story is about Abby Walls Huff’s life and the funny things she said and did. The book is compiled from things her mother, the author, collected over the years, adding that Abby was the funniest of her three children. This is a story about an extended family and things that happened as they were growing up.
Oadie, was a loving man, full of compassion and kindness. He was well loved and known as the town clown, always joking around. But, beneath the smiles and laughter was a humble man with wisdom, love, and loyalty to his family and friends.
We intend to do our best to share with you the reader valuable information towards the development of a strong family unit. Within this eBook, we give insights on circumstances facing blended families; along with ways to work through various insecurities, pain, and confusion. May God bless all families - everywhere!
For over two decades Roger Aylworth has written a weekly humor column based on his own large family. Over time he has gathered hundreds of columns on subjects from the sudden appearance of a possum in his yard to the death of "Davy Crockett," Fess Parker. Each has been warmly welcomed by readers who have laughed and cried with his family. This second volume includes 99 hand-picked favorites.
For over two decades Roger Aylworth has written a weekly humor column based on his own large family. Over time he has gathered hundreds of columns on all kinds of subjects from the "death" of the family washer to the passing of a beloved granddaughter. Each has been warmly welcomed by readers who have laughed and cried with the Aylworth family. This book is a collection 101 of those favorites.
While on a fishing trip, with their parents and grandparents, to their camp in the Adirondacks, Michael and his little sister Lousia are told a story by thefishing guide, Mr. Green. The story is about two indian children who wander into the sacred forest and find the secrete of the first pine tree that is the mother of all the great White Pine tree's of the forest.
Award-winning series of creative essays about how a family survives, generation after generation, across race, through time, despite distance. How do communities sustain themselves in the face of enormous change? THRESHOLD provides a pattern gleaned from one American family's struggle to thrive, against the odds.