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by Barbara McGraw
by Don Kent
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Evelyn Swanhild Halvorsen was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1936. “Made in America with 100% Norwegian parts” is what she would say. Her parents were Norwegian immigrants...her father a...
My mother is the most amazing mother anyone could ask for. One characteristic that really stood out about my mom was her...
Hi my name is Ron Hansen and I am 53 and married to Lynda, dad to Katharine (Kate) and Sarah and son to Gary and Beverly Hansen. As a native Californian I was fortunate to grow up in such a...
Death does not sound a trumpet. - African proverb
There were no trumpets, or any heralding anything. Just quiet, and then he was gone.
He slept all day yesterday, occasionally making a slight moaning...
I write this as my first year at Boston University nears the end. It was an accomplishment made possible through your support, understanding during my uncertainty, and...
I am a single 55 year young lady who loves life, and this is my story:
I was diagnosed with LBD September 2014, after being diagnosed with MCI (mild cognitive impairment) in 2013. In August and...