Category Archives: Memoirs

When A Son Loves His Father

I wasn’t very old when George H.W. Bush was elected President of the United States.  I was only in sixth grade.  I don’t remember much about his presidency beyond Operation Just Cause in December of 1989 when the United States … Continue reading

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It’s True: Everybody’s Got Something

I read this book at a perfect time in my life.  Robin Robert’s memoir Everybody’s Got Something really struck a chord in me.  Because I have been dealing with some health issues for the last six or seven months that … Continue reading

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Unsinkable A Memoir

The very first time I watched Debbie Reynolds in The Unsinkable Molly Brown I fell in love with her work as an actress in musical movies.  I’ve watched a lot of her movies made in the fifties and sixties, thanks … Continue reading

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An Invisible Thread Touched My Heart

Occasionally I see a book with a cover that just catches my eye, and I feel a strong need pick it up and look through it.  Sometimes it is the colors that draw my attention.  Other times it might be … Continue reading

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