Mike and Helen Leidemann were married for almost 29 years. They met as college students, in Illinois, lived in Guam for a few years then moved to Hawaii, where they stayed unti Helen's death in 2006 at age 52. During much of that time, Mike chronicled their life together in a weekly column he wrote for The Honolulu Advertiser. Whether they were about the opera, a baseball game, star-gazing on a carport roof, traveling around the world or just sitting around a kitchen table, the columns always captured the day-to-day joys of modern married life. This collection is about the little moments that count the most, the ones that make laugh, sign and sometimes cry.
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Mike Leidemann was a reporter and columnist for The Honolulu Advertiser newspaper in Hawaii for almost 25 years, writing about everything from architecture to transportation. He now teaches English and journalism to college students in Honolulu. He lives quietly in Kailua, Hawaii with his two cats, Sweetie Girl and Junior Boy.
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