Dear Friends and Readers,
The newest of my demise is greatly exaggerated. The initial diagnoses of ALS is in doubt, though I remain a neurological enigma, like a beached whale. I have new hopes of some positive changes over times, meanwhile I struggle with my apprentice/assistance to put together a book of case studies for use with discussion groups. This keeps me from flirting with every nurse, but there is too much waste in times between work sessions, so I lie in my bed counting my blessings strange as it may seem. I’ve a lot of blessings. Your kind comments have been most supportive, thank you.
I still teach Genealogy 101. I have 2 students, Allan and John. They read me an article from NGSQ, and we discuss how the ideas and concepts applied to their researches. If you drop in to room SP 337-2 some morning at Penticton Regional Hospital, we can do the same thing. Of course, finding Penticton maybe a challenge, it’s a long way from Yellow Bayou, Mississippi, but head north and a little west into snow country in B.C. I’ll be delighted to see you, and have you join me for an hour or so. I could still use another helper with this book project. Keep learning and keep teaching.