Letter Of Note of the Day: After her husband passed away in 1989, mother-of-three Marianne — then 36 years old — wrote a letter to Kurt Vonnegut to thank him “for his books and his compassion.”
She didn’t expect a reply — but got one anyway.
“I have always wanted to share his kind words,” she says. “It meant, and still means, so much to me.”
It can’t be said often enough, “It is the woman who pays.” The miracle is that so many can and do somehow. I was in love (still am) with a widow with four kids (two not her own). She somehow raised them all on a teeny weeny salary. I told her one time, “I worry about women.” She said, “Don’t.”
“the breeze”//dr. dog
Found out today that Mary LeBrock died last Sunday, November 6th. She was a resident at my work and had to leave a few weeks ago because of a sore on her leg. Only saw Kelly visit her once in the past year that I’ve worked there.
Visit your parents, Kids… as often as you can.
Fourth cup of coffee in hand, Sufjan Stevens, and my grandparents’ lovely garden… my Saturday morning.