Monthly Archives: September 2019

Growing Up In The 1940s – In Captivity – The Kind Oberarzt (continued) – WWII

Dear Readers, After four years I’m finally coming back to this memoir. I’d like to finish it while memories are still floating in my mind. At times I’m overwhelmed by panic that there isn’t much time left. I’m 84. I’m … Continue reading

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Growing Up In The 1940s – In Captivity – The Kind Oberarzt – WWII

Dear Readers, After four years I’m finally coming back to this memoir. I’d like to finish it while memories are still floating in my mind. At times I’m overwhelmed by panic that there isn’t much time left. I’m 84. I’m … Continue reading

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Decluttering bit by bit… digging up memories

Could I pass off as Lawrence of Arabia? Perhaps, if I had blue eyes and was a tiny bit younger …? No, a lot younger! I found this headgear as I was decluttering the belly dancing drawer. Well, yes, I … Continue reading

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