With my youngest finishing his second year of college, I wondered, as I was reading the book, if any of this was relevant to a middle-aged mom a little shell-shocked from the sudden silence.
The answer is YES. And it comes from an unlikely place.
You see, I thought I’d be putting the book on my shelf, using it when my nieces and nephews come to visit, or [gulp] saving it for someday with grandchildren.
What I forgot is that my husband and I are still very much a family. In fact, we were a family first, before the kiddoes came along, and now that they are scattering, we’re back to where we started, so to speak — with each other.
CFF for Two
Debunking the myth that Catholic Family Fun is only for families with young children is none other than my dear friend Maria Johnson, she of the empty nest and the nieces and nephews.