A daughter tells how she deals with her mother's Alzheimer's long distance. In the process she realizes she needs to free herself from old emotional patterns, to stop seeing herself in her mother's image, and to find a new mirror that reflects her authentic self.
This was written for my father and his years spent in the Army in World War II.
Speaking with humor and a touch of sadness.
12 prose pieces and 20 poems
84 Tried and True Chicken Recipes
Fondly remembering family dinners and tasty dishes. Recipes too good to forget.
Golden Gloves Boxer
Poems about our childhood & later silly stuff