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I try not to talk too much about my religious beliefs, not only because they are a private matter for everyone, not only because the topic is ripe for hot debate and self-righteous scolding, not only because I am not … Continue reading
The first child born on Drummond Island to the Bailey family, Alda Anne grew up in the 1880’s with a pack of brothers in the lumber camps. Drummond then was covered in trees; massive columns so tall they obscured the … Continue reading
Drummond Island in those days was a giant canopy; its soft, muffled ground hidden beneath a cloak of orange needles. The cedar trees were so tall that their tops became crowned with eagle nests. The birds emerged from a mass … Continue reading
For folks with disabilities, it’s a harrowing time as the GOP holds the ol’ medical insurance globe in their hands and gives it a casual spin. Gotta get this bill passed. It is more important to prove a point — … Continue reading
Amanda: Hellooooooo Me: Holy moly where have you been?! Do you know how long it has been since I talked with you? Amanda: I know! Me: I mean like I was wondering if they threw you in a ditch or … Continue reading
Finally, a real letter from Amanda arrived yesterday. It was a genuine one from her, the first in a year’s time. It was mostly about Mom and Dad and how much she misses them. I understand. I feel connected to … Continue reading
Meeting Harrison Ford is on Amanda’s bucket list. Beyond that, she is a tad obsessed with Star Wars. She can watch it ad nauseum. So, my gift to her this Sibling’s Day is a place in Hollywood History! Amanda has … Continue reading
After Dad died, my friend Cindy gave Amanda and me a set of angel Beanie Baby bears. We named the bears Blaine and Elaine after our parents, and took them to Girl’s Day Out with us. I think Amanda looks … Continue reading
This is Day 25 of posting Amanda’s portrait. I keep posting these images of her because I am so afraid she will be forgotten like others who cannot speak for themselves. I don’t want her to disappear. Today I received … Continue reading
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