This is the third and final part of the author’s autobiography, and it begins where the second volume “The Search For Happily Ever After” ended, at New Years 1986. The family’s tour of duty in Japan is coming to an end and the big questions are where they will go next and what their jobs will be like when they get there. Chris is off to the 2nd Space Wing to begin that unit’s history as an active unit at the newly constructed Falcon Air Force Base, a dozen miles east of Colorado Springs, one of the couple’s favorite spots to live. Wanda is off to school to enter a new career field, hopefully more suited to her than when she attempted to be a military historian like her husband. Eric will be entering high school. Live this life as the author did through the second half of the 1980s and into the early 1990s; you’ll be glad you did as you work towards the conclusion.
Extensively illustrated with nearly 500 photographs that take you around the world and the USA, you will watch this story develop over the next six years. If you lived through the 1980s and early 1990s, you will surely relate to this story. If you were too young to remember those times, the story will fascinate you and hold your interest as it is timeless in its energy and emotions.
Will happily ever after and love that lasts finally become a reality? Come along on this journey and see for yourself as the story concludes...in a surprising location.