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BETRAYED

Mom felt well enough to accompany me on a two-week road trip across Nevada to Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon in my first car, a 1954 Ford Victoria. The Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, and Sun Valley, Idaho, exceeded our expectations. When … Continue reading

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FATHER’S DAY

Another Father’s Day has come and gone, but memories linger of a father I thought I knew well. For two decades we were a happy family with Mom and my younger brother, Ransom, until the onset of Mom’s mysterious paralysis … Continue reading

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MEMOIR

Everyone has a story to tell. More than half a century ago, I promised not to reveal a family secret. When the burden affected my health, a doctor suggested I write my thoughts on paper, not for publication but to … Continue reading

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