So you're here. Finally.
There is something to be said about documenting a life. It took my grandmother years to compile her experiences during the war in written form. I now have a thick pamphlet to keep for my children so that I may one day give over her legacy accurately. My husband's grandmother always refused to speak of her wartime experiences. With the … Continue reading Leaving Legacies
We have spent the past nine months together, every day, every hour, every second, intertwined. You heard me laugh, you heard me cry, you heard me sing, you heard me yell. You took my blood, you took my food, you took my air. You felt my joy, you felt my fright. You knew me inside … Continue reading Remember Me