Oliver Moloney
16/6/2016 · 3 min read · +100 · 3
To IRELAND and 9 more
Randy Keho
16/6/2016 · 3 min read · +100
To Storytelling and 9 more
                              "You'd better really think about that," she said. "Get an education."

"You'd better really think about that," she said. "Get an education."

I miss my aunt Dorrie. She was one-in-a-million. She was born and raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and came to the United States as a war bride at the conclusion of World War II. My uncle was a supply sergeant in the United States Army,...

Rebel Brown

Rebel Brown

What a lovely story Randy Keho! I feel like I knew ur granny and the imagery is beeutiful. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us.

18/6/2016
Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Randy Keho: I see the respect and honor you have for your Aunt Dorrie, and whether you realize it or not, you still have her within you. It makes you shine, and gives you that little sparkle that falls onto women like me. I saw it in your comment to Rebel Brown before I even read this reminiscent piece. It is clear that you are a good man. I so much appreciate that you still shine, and don't worry. Aunt Dorrie looks down at you from the heavens, and she smiles.

18/6/2016

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