In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with my aunt, Sally King.

When Sandy and I first decided to live in an RV full-time, my Aunt Sally reached out to us and told me that she had full hook-ups for us and we were welcome to stay with her whenever we wanted to.  That eventually turned into us using her address as our official domicile address in the state of Florida.

Now for a few weeks or sometimes even months, we park our RV in her and my Uncle Randy’s yard, plug in and get caught up on things that we need to get taken care of.  While we’re there we spend time with their network of friends, take walks, have dinners together, and play games.

We talk a little bit about my mom and her adventures as well as the importance of giving back that seems to be something that has been handed down from generation to generation in our family.  The ability to help out others is certainly a family tradition.  Doing what we can with what we have to help others often times ends up feeding our own souls as well.

In addition to her fond memories of her sister, my mother, my aunt and I talk about the importance of life-long friendships, family and her work as an interpreter for the deaf and hearing impaired.

Below are the links to both the video and audio only versions of the podcast: