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... relationship with his father, his mother’s mental
illness and how he became her crutch at the age of 6 up until the time she
died. Apparently his role was to keep her from losing herself in public, and as
soon as she died he was then labelled the crazy one in the family. His father
seemed to resent the relationship he had with his mother, because the father thought
he should be the crutch but had no knowledge or even desire to be it. ...
... left in the book I was reading.
Good plan Peppis.
I'll never do Amtrak again that's for sure.
The last night in Minneapolis we did pizza Luces and I got to spend the morning wih A and C before leaving, with a really nice breakfast.
While in the Sisseton area we went to Fargo for red lobster and a movie, went to the big pow-wow and hung out with Cs family for 4th, and spent a lot of time watching movies, soccer and reading. The ...
... 2 prescriptions and hope for relief!! Bought the pills and home to Betz, who had panicked that I was not home when she came home from town and went to the hospital to look for me, but by then I was home wondering where she was!!! Took my first 2 pills and cannot believe the fast relief!!!!!!! So glad that is over!!! We looked at photos and things on the computer-I do not have internet here, but can get my mail on my phone. A drink, ...
... eyes and foam at the mouth) there is also a pretzel stick stuck in its heart (or where a heart would be if a donut had one). On the inside there was delicious raspberry fruit filling.
We all took our donuts to the tables outside and feasted. John and I had our curry and soup first and they were so good. We actually ended up switching because the one I ordered was a little too spicy and I really liked the way his tasted anyway. It is a good thing that he likes to eat ...
... to see Newfoundland and the Canadian Maritime Provinces. The Newfoundland people were incredibly nice, genuine and helpful - the roads not so much. Too many roads - to few taxpayers. The Icebergs, whales and Puffins were fantastic. The viking artifacts and reconstructions were worth the drive. We were able to get major repairs in on the trailer in a town that does not have a gas station for a very reasonable price.