My Past wrote my Future

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  1. Heather Lamb
    Heather Lamb May 17, 2015 at 9:34 pm .

    Ahh, Viga, what a great experience you are having–all the result of sharing your memories. How wonderful that your writing is bringing people together to share old times as well as updating your memory banks with new stories. I KNEW you weren’t done writing memoirs. There is a treasure trove out there waiting to be discovered and written! Well done.

  2. Christine
    Christine May 18, 2015 at 12:01 pm .

    Half way through . You never fail your readers!

  3. Gulara
    Gulara May 18, 2015 at 2:43 pm .

    Wonderful post. Viga! Enjoy the launch

  4. Pat burns
    Pat burns May 18, 2015 at 4:22 pm .

    Hi Viga. finished reading your book Ladies of Loretto. I found that it brought back so many memories and I couldn’t help thinking that so many of us were new emigrants to Canada and had such diversified backgrounds, as well as dealing with growing up, we were part of a new Canadian culture which itself was coming to maturity. I found your book very poignant indeed. I look forward to the next memoir. Pat Burns née Whelan

  5. Marilyne
    Marilyne May 18, 2015 at 5:25 pm .

    Glad to hear that you are havin’ some fun with your book, “The Ladies of Loretto” already, Viga! I am looking forward to hearing all about your book launch at your school’s 100th anniversary in less than 2 weeks! I am sure that it will sell well and everyone will love it! I know that will be so much fun for you and seeing some of your old classmates after all these years! I wonder if Davidah will be there! LOL. Enjoy! 😀

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