Ellen Mathis

Little blue dress

Playing chinese jumprope

Singing playing player piano


Ridolph the reindeer coming from the cabin Cub Lake

I in my canoe middle of lake

Ellen in her blue jeans

Blue eyed orange tee shirt

Jingle bells

My blood sister

Pals with the monster in our family

Val’s good for a laugh at her expense

I looked for hours one day no cousins or Ellen could I find

Just outside the kitched door

A row boat dads was fiberglassing

Mom and Wava no one knew where those I loved hid

Under the boat

I never once looked!

Even my friend Kris thought it was

A hoot!

I climbed to the tree house and cried

Why no one bothered to notice my heart I wore on my sleeve.

2005 lost my home in Luray VA

All gays did their our American laws didn’t care LGBTQ not covered under our laws.

It wasn’t so bad it meant family gatherings at Ellens home

Being there for mom again.

Mom and I and Ellen are products of verbal abuse by an alcoholic.

I looked for years for a probono attorney

My name was alwats so dear to me

Diana Lee Dudley of Granbury Texas worked 2.6 years to force our mom from her home to be used by her.

Diana could not allow my mom Marian Heike to change her power of attorney.

Mom lived in fear of Diana.

No one cared but me.

No one cared.

I’m sorry mom, I could find no one to listen to the truth of what that white trash did us.

Write your stories!

When we are dust and this happens to you. It might feel too late.

Narcississ are as powerful as hitler.

Published by Val's Whitewolf Media

I'm Val's Whitewolf Media YouTube Channle and I write here on WordPress. I read books and instill others how importand writing stories readers down. in readers their stories matter.I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words.

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