Friday, November 29, 2013

Beside a Waterfall



 
 


Link:  Mom's history. 
 
 
  "I always thought I would have years to write my history
 and wondered why I should write it anyway.

Lately I have felt that time is very short
 and it needed to be done and yet it is something I do not want to do.

Maybe because I am not sure how it will be received
 by those who read it
 and if it will ever be read and believed.

I was born in Prove, Utah.

My Mom had a very hard time delivering me and nearly died.

My soft spot on my head was closed
 so I was to have the fate of a small head and many other challenges of life.
Dad was overseas [during World War 2] flying out of India and over the hump.
For several weeks he did not know he had a daughter.

I went home to 184 West Main St, American Fork, Utah,
 to live at Grandpa Glen and Grandma Leila’s home."

[This is Mother's story. Remember her.]

my happiness!

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