[Epub] ❧ It's Always Somethin': 101 Sayings from an Old Rancher By Nancy O'Neill – Bluevapours.co.uk A person does not live to be eighty eight years old without learning a few things, experiencing life, attending the school of hard knocks, and having a lot of wisdom and advice to share Paul Smokov is A person does not live Somethin': 101 eBook ✓ to be eighty eight years old without learning a few things, experiencing life, attending the school of hard knocks, and having a lot of wisdom and advice to share Paul Smokov is a husband, dad, grandpa, and great grandpa Over the years, he has shared his values, life lessons, and even a little humor about work ethics, health, money, It's Always MOBI :✓ learning, and common sense Many of his sayings will make you think Some will make you laugh Others may even bring a tear to your eye Above all, regardless of your age, your profession, or where you are in life, this book has a little something for everyone.
Having grown up on a Somethin': 101 eBook ✓ farm in the middle of North Dakota, Nancy O Neill uses many of her childhood memories and life experiences as inspiration for her storiesHer writing career began when she worked as an editor for a national magazine From there, Nancy started writing poetry, short stories, and articles about many topics while she continued working in the corporate world After It's Always MOBI :✓ the birth of her son, she left the traditional job market to become a stay at home mom and discovered a new found love for writing children s storiesShe has always gravitated toward anything creative but also likes tech related challenges She considers herself a techie geek girl even though she grew up long before the technology era Nancy enjoys being an author, entrepreneur, consultant, Always Somethin': 101 eBook ¸ wife, and mom She loves traveling with her family, especially to tropical climates She lives in southern California with her husband and teenage son.
- 136 pages
- It's Always Somethin': 101 Sayings from an Old Rancher
- Nancy O'Neill
- 10 April 2019 Nancy O'Neill