Blended families produce large extended families.
And that’s great! Today we were gathered for a barbeque for Mikki and Kyoka who arrived early this morning from Japan. There was lots of good food and company. And, lots of corn – about half a decent sized field’s worth! I was pleased to be able to help polish off the meal with apple pie.
If my memory serves me correctly Mikki and Kyoka were last in the US in 2014. I’m sure someone will set me right if I’ve got that wrong.Copyright © 2017 Gary Allman, all rights reserved.
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Married to Ginger, I'm a father, grandfather, stepfather, brother, cat wrangler, hiker, backpacker, camper, paddler, photographer, seeker, business consultant and project manager. I provide practical no-nonsense advice on business development and project management to businesses in Springfield Missouri, Southwest Missouri, and beyond.