It was a small office . . . just three people. Clients came for artificial limbs – prosthesis is the term. They were proud of
Sister Ella Zink was a conventional nun . . . at first . . . but with a decidedly unconventional future. In the 1970s, she
The neighborhood missed Keith and his family when they moved to the country. He and his wife Elsabeth wanted their children to enjoy rural life.
Wild deer came every day to the salt lick. Some had fawns, their little cinnamon-colored backs sprinkled with white spots. Occasionally, there were twin fawns.