One of these may be the earliest picture of my brother Marc and I in the US. If you zoom in on the calendar, it reads April 1964, the month we arrived. Continue reading
Photos from John Bédard’s memorial back in September 2012. Continue reading
Thérèse had left the nuns, and it was time to get married and have children. These black and white shots are from the mid to late fifties at various locales in Quebec. Continue reading
Thérèse says you need to look at these color jewels! Continue reading
A little over twenty black and white photos from the past. Continue reading
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Old pictures from the archives. All from the mid to late sixties. Kodachrome lives! Continue reading
“It’s been seven days since I last cried. I’m resigned to my fate. If they keep me, I stay. If they let me go, I leave.” Continue reading
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My father knew when he left Quebec in April 1964 that he would never see his father, Delphis, again. He didn’t expect Delphis to die this soon when he wrote this letter . . . Continue reading
You can read the letter in French and my shoddy English translation by clicking on this link.
On a bright Friday afternoon in April, probably right after lunch, my mother waited for me to come home from Kindergarten at Palmyra School.
To pass the time and to reach out to those she left in Québec, Thérèse sat down and wrote this letter in the backyard of 340 . . . Continue reading