PublishAmerica is proud to present “What’s Gerald Done Now?: Supermarket Fun” by Angela Dames-Johnson of Covington.
Grocery shopping is a necessary routine in life. Most people make at least one weekly visit to a supermarket to replenish food and items needed for the home. This simple task became an opportunity for adventure in the life of a boy named Gerald.
Grocery shopping gets a kick in the pants when Gerald accompanies Mama on her weekly errand. A close family friend is left speechless and hairless when Gerald goes shopping in “What’s Gerald Done Now?: Supermarket Fun.”
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From the author
These stories are all we have left of that little spitfire nephew of mine. At the tender age of 13 he departed this life.
When Gerald turned five he was hospitalized to have an umbilical hernia repaired. Through routine testing it was discovered that he had a bladder infection. Further testing revealed some kidney failure. This literally energetic, robust, never-been-sick a day in his life little boy, had a condition. This condition worsened over the years, leading to removal of one kidney, dialysis and an early demise.
These stories are written as a memorial to Gerald and the years of joy and pain, laughter and tears he gave his family and friends. Those were a long 13 years ... for him they were a lifetime.