In this case, “those” means the monsoon of change was gathering speed; but in 2014, we had no idea what was coming.
In 2014, our lives were floating along, as were those of our four adult children. Calm before the storm, if you will. Then in November, our eldest daughter texted me a picture of a sonogram.
Their first child when she’s 36? We’ll be grandparents?
Our official grandparenthood arrived on June 6th, weighing in at 8 pounds, 6 ounces. I have to confess, he’s a pretty cute dude. #Gammie&LoloRock
In February 2015, our 28-year-old youngest -- frustrated by teaching common core math, parents with no control over their kids, and a salary so low she couldn’t even buy a condo -- decided to chuck teaching middle-school in central
Instead, she signed a two-year contract to teach 6th-grade math and science to English-speaking kids at an
. In International
#SeeYouatChristmas Shanghai, China
In July, our only son (who turns 30 this month) proposed to the love of his life: a 36-year-old divorcee with two awesome kids. What? Three grandkids, now?
The wedding is set for December 27th in the backyard of a friend. (
, remember?) #PleaseDon’tRain Phoenix
Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens opens December 18th. Daughter returns from
for the holidays on December 19th and will attend the film after a brief nap.
Yes, we pre-bought tickets at a theater with assigned seats. #NoWaitingInLinesForMe
In between all of this, I wrote a trilogy of three novels between June and November, all releasing in January 2016. #ILoveNaNoWriMo #CampNanoWriMoKicksButt
And last of all, this is my final post for Romancing the Genres. After five years I’ve said all that I have to say for now. Doesn’t mean I won’t be back on occasion for guest posts, though. You never know when I might pop up again.
Goodbye and God bless! #ThanksForHavingMe