Kelln recounts her tale as a ‘70s hippie with a score of adventures, while at
the same time sharing anecdotes from her husband’s life as a submariner and
Naval officer. After they found one
another, their two stories became intertwined.
memoir is a coming of age story, with love, struggles/divorces; adventures such
as Peace Corps Peru, winter in a tent, and a psychedelic baptism;
single-parenting; dramatic encounters with Jesus (and the Holy Spirit);
Christian ministry; and the added blessing of a Christian husband in middle
age,” said Watson Kelln.
Kelln holds a B.A. in English Literature
and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru from 1964 to 1966. She has also been a Group Facilitator for Fresh
Start Divorce Recovery Seminars, a Table Leader for Singles Ministry FOCUS
(Church of the Saviour, Wayne, PA) and is the co-founder of the Tomball (TX)
Pregnancy Center. She has three
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