Seven women came

Strong full of heart, When Ellen no one really knows why passed through the vail, Five women who loved my baby sister stepped to her side, There were Lottie Henrietta Starkey Bittenger, pure Norwegian mom’s mom, Nana no longer in the pain that took her, Smiling dressed classily, There was mom full of life, smilingContinue reading “Seven women came”

Will

What brings you to scribble thoughts, Suddenly, Out of the blue my heart stopped. Time enveloped me, Four months and twenty six days I lost my mom. Mom had been kept from me with lies for five years white trash. That same white trash narcississ half sister kept my baby sister from telling the truthContinue reading “Will”

History,You,me photographs,

Ellen and Val’s song when 2 & 5

Sisters and brothers lost are unmeasureable.No monetary value can equate the price in my pain.

Laura’s Eyes

Laura’s Eyes hold time, Laura and Pat just drove bye I looked into Laura’s eyes Sweet Sensative Intellectual An Iowan A retired artist A farmers wife I asked how are you as I handed her and Pat a bag of Schwan’s cinnemon rolls. Laura said doing better Her daughter and law threatened mildly if sheContinue reading “Laura’s Eyes”

Father more then son

WWII young Oklahomian Julian Jasper Lovitt one of large family Joined the Navy Trained Great Lakes Loved to roller skate Served aboard Saled home met my aunt Skated hand in hand Vietnam came along Son, middle looked just like Dear Old dad Wayne Lovitt trained Sales away Two weeks his ship was missing We allContinue reading “Father more then son”

She danced

Through her youth Loved to twirlf Was good at it then she married a jealous man Told my best friend Told best women I ever knew biggest heart Empathic like her dear old Mom ‘Don’t dance your horrid!’ Instead of dancing with her He used his angry words Hurt her pride Crushed her heart 1956Continue reading “She danced”

Honesty and my mom

A person’s honor use to be attached to our name like Peter Pan’s shadow. Our word was honor bound like a invisible contract. With false words Marian Heike’s honor was erased. My older half sister told in writting which according to Fran Phillips from Liverpool England was a legal binding document placed in the handsContinue reading “Honesty and my mom”