Foreigner On My Own Front Porch: A Satirical Memoir

Foreigner On My Own Front Porch A Satirical Memoir There s only one thing to do when people around you are having heart attacks being threatened with deportation suffering manic attacks of epic proportions breaking promises or missing Greyhound bu

  • Title: Foreigner On My Own Front Porch: A Satirical Memoir
  • Author: Travis Casey
  • ISBN: 9781505658675
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s only one thing to do when people around you are having heart attacks, being threatened with deportation, suffering manic attacks of epic proportions, breaking promises, or missing Greyhound buses Simply go with the flow and write a book about it Leaving England and moving to America, novelist Travis Casey and his British wife move in with his parents to help themThere s only one thing to do when people around you are having heart attacks, being threatened with deportation, suffering manic attacks of epic proportions, breaking promises, or missing Greyhound buses Simply go with the flow and write a book about it Leaving England and moving to America, novelist Travis Casey and his British wife move in with his parents to help them with life in general during their advancing years Having developed a greater understanding of his former country, Casey continues his observations of what has changed over the past two decades and tells of the drama of living with aging parents in his own humorous way.And when bureaucrats are put between an act of nobility and common sense, things are bound to become complicated As he and Wendy endeavor to make life easier for their loved ones, they battle with immigration rules, trips to the hospital become a matter of routine, and a boy and his truck are on their way from California to join them All this while Travis struggles with the New America.

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    1. New Math: Two elderly parents are four times harder to care for than one elderly parent. This is the continuing saga of an American who's spent most of his adult life in England. He's temporarily moved to Minnesota to care for his elderly parents. The parents tried living with their daughter in Florida, but wanted to return to their own home. Daughter doesn't think they can cope on their own, so Son (and wife) decide to spend a year in the U.S. to improve their own floundering financial situatio [...]

    2. Great sequel. This book gives great insight into how America has changed through the eyes of an American who now sees himself as a foreigner. A very funny read.

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