NOW AVAILABLE !
A must–read book for anyone asking:
“How can I do more than just endure the pain and adversities in life?”
“How can I find faith and courage?”
This is a book of hope and encouragement from the Alaskan author of Loose Screws and Skinned Knees
Book available at:
Paperback (discount on orders of 10 or more)
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Okay, you can agree with me. Time flies when you are having fun AND and getting old(er).
The last blog shared how we were going into spring. We “think” it lasted for 2 weeks, and April, May and June were record-breaking heat and no rain – 70’s/80’s, while many of you lamented you wanted it to STOP raining in the lower 48.
Then suddenly in July and August, it flipped and we’ve had rain, more rain, high waters, and last week, a flood, and you are scorching! What do YOU do in your spare time?! Yes, the river changed our landscape, but that’s what happens when you live on a river and get 4-6inches of rain!
Now, after a VERY successful remodel of my bionic right shoulder, I am using my days learning marketing, getting books out (yes, it is on Kindle OR through www.caretuk.com/store.)
If any of you would like to be a point of contact in your area for the books, drop me a text. I am able to tailor to your specific needs. You might want books available for book clubs, work, medical offices, events/studies, thank you gifts, holidays and the list goes on!! (I discount the price of books if 10 or more copies are bought.) I have several different options on how you can help.
I have been very humbled and thrilled that people who have read the book are saying is a book for the times we are in. It will make you laugh, cry and everything in between.
Thanks for being a special part of Team Tuk. I so appreciate EACH of you!
Care Tuk is a nationally known speaker, educator, and retreat/workshop leader. She has been a school, hospital, and home health occupational therapist for more than 30 years. She has been named as a Top Business Woman in America and recognized for her work with youth, disability outreach and awareness, and the American Cancer Society.