Happy Birthday Mr. President Happy Birthday President Obama, You are a wonderful man with incomparable strength, honesty, compassion and integrity. Thank you so much for all that you do. This picture of my photo op with President Obama at Intel in Hillsboro, Oregon, Feb. 18, 2011. Photography by Pete Souza.
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Hope the fog has lifted a little in everyone’s hearts this Easter and we can move from disaster and sadness to peace and optimism soon I enjoy looking through old photographs like this one of me and my older my sister, Diana, at the capitol building in Salt Lake City when we celebrated Easter … Continue reading
KEYNOTE Moms Suicide
Grieving with Schizoaffective Disorder for my mother I am tackling the emptiness and the loss of my Brazilian mother who left by way of suicide Feb. 24th, 28 years ago. Even though at times, I feel drained thinking about her, my ties with my family and friends have never been closer. Life matters however, … Continue reading
ABOUT The Good Times
Reminiscing about good times spent with Vice President Biden as I live with schizoaffective disorder I went to a Rally where Vice President Biden was speaking. I ask him for a picture. He took one with me and my friend, Leanne. I miss Vice President Biden. It was a time of my life where … Continue reading
Walking through the pictures of my youth and reminiscing with schizoaffective disorder Bringing in the Sunshine with the Age of Aquarius. Photo of me when I was a young and carefree.
Having a productive day with Schizoaffective Disorder this winter going through my photo album Found this treasure- my baby picture.
Schizoaffective Disorder Out of the Psych Ward Learning to Love My sister, Diana, left, my brother, Doug, middle, me on the right. Several months after being released from my last hospitalization at Kishwaukie Hospital in DeKalb, Illinois, my sister, brother, and I celebrated Doug’s high school graduation from Roseburg High in Roseburg, Oregon. … Continue reading
Me at Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach. When I was a hippie in the 70’s, I hitchhiked to Huntington Beach California from Ashland, Oregon, about a thousand miles away by myself. I had what made me sparkle, and it would follow me wherever I went. Yet, there was no one to give me medical treatment or to sit by side … Continue reading
Father’s Day 2016
Celebrating Father’s Day, this Sunday with the man I love and his daughter, Becky. The best part of my life is having an emotional support of 40 years with my husband, Joe. This photo is Joe when he was a Junior at Orange High School in 1962.
Sadness here in our household for the Great Champion, Muhammad Ali.