Sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, and while I have plenty to write regarding myself, I wanted to take a moment to dedicate a post to my former neighbor Darlene. Darlene was a salt-of-the-earth person. Not very bright (I’d say she was probably classified as “special needs” in school) and not very healthy (probably overContinue reading “Darlene”
(Edit: This post makes much more sense once you’ve read Dad, Part 1, just click on the link) After my dad died I had a lot of responsibilities which kept me between home and Lincoln, CA (the city where my parents retired): the estate sale, selling his planes and cars, finding a good memory careContinue reading “Dad, Part 2”
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