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"Sometimes, life is better when you take chances and do stuff-- even though sometimes you look stupid." Josh Wood, 'Struggle Bus'
MAGNOLIA, TX, January 17, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Author Josh Wood and his wife Careese made a number of definitive statements regarding their future, including the following classics: "We'll never move back to Amarillo." "We'll have three or four kids. Those kids will never throw fits in Walmart." "We'll never home school our children." "Home churches are weird."
Fast-forward to the present: they live in Amarillo. They have nine kids. They home school. They are part of a home church. They've wiped numerous tears off the Walmart floor. Their hobbies include raising children and trying to avoid definitive statements about their future.
'Struggle Bus' is a one-of-a-kind literary adventure about more than a viral van. It's about managing the wonderful chaos of a family of 11. It's about parenting and marriage. It's about success and failure. It's about faith. It's about fun. It's about a van becoming a metaphor for life as it is given a fun-filled beatdown for the ages.
Hop in, buckle up, hold your nose, laugh, and join the Wood family to explore one of life's fundamental truths: the struggle is real.
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