Ian Clelland shares endearing stories and life lessons as he relives his past in the hopes that you too will ponder a time in your own life that was slower and more harmonious. He reminisces about a jovial father who reads the obituaries daily to check for his own name, and of a mother who gives Clelland the "extra push" when he needs to earn his swim badge but is too terrified to jump in the deep water. From the special relationship he embraced with both sets of grandparents, Clelland learns an unforgettable life lesson: that love bears, believes, and endures all things. In an open and honest style, Clelland shares such challenges as the deaths of his grandparents, a couple of friends, and life-altering moments like the time when friends taught him to give and laugh more.
Clelland's ancedotes will help you remember that whenever you need a trip down memory lane, you can always slow down, turn around, and get back on the road leading home.