Once upon a grocery store, a man came to me and said, “I love your haircut.” Beside him was a woman, smiling her delight at maybe my hair (now that I know she was a hair stylist I sort of doubt it)—more likely her adoration of her man, who saw something he liked and did […]
As you, my readers, may have noticed, I have not posted on my website for over two months. Part of the reason was happy: after the February release of the PBS film The Gerda That Remains, (a documentary about how Peter and I and our family manage to still live joyfully 11 years after my dementia diagnosis), I […]
Dear friends, The film about how my family and I live joyfully with my dementia is now available for streaming. For those of you who were unable to watch the premiere yesterday, follow the link below. Thanks so much for your years of supporting me and my family with your love. Below, click the image […]
Featured photo: Aliya Saunders takes a selfie of the whole family celebrating Peter’s birthday. Many thanks to Peter for all your help in sizing and editing the photos, and putting them in a place where I could find them. (Photo, Aliya.)O Don’t mess with these women! As part of Peter’s 74th birthday celebration, PBS […]
PBS TV film “The Gerda that Remains” premieres Thu Feb 17, 2022, on Utah TV Channel 7; also streams online
Featured photo and all other photos (except where otherwise indicated) by Kelsie Moor (former KUER-, now independent videographer); and by other members of the filming/directing crew. My family and I are so grateful for the amazing work Doug Fabrizio of KUER‘s RadioWest, Kelsie Moore (formerly KUER RadioWest-, now independent videographer), Josh Weathers (former KUER RadioWest-, now independent videographer) Elaine […]
Baring body and soul (again): is Doña Quixote still rational enough to consent to being interviewed in her Spanx?
Featured Image: Four Older Women, Aleah Chapin. If you are a subscriber to my blog, you are not wrong to think you have seen this featured image before or received a message from my blog that this was my new post. I mistakenly posted this when I had written only a few lines, and then deleted […]