Preparing for the August 2014 release of When The Roll Is Called A Pyonder, a memoir of a Mennonite early childhood
March 13, 1980
Today Karen Lonecker and I almost went crazy because we both like Neil so much we could have gone histarickel. I have two very voubul stamps they are of the summer olympicks with a swimmer in it we will be boycotting the Moscal summer olympicks.
March 14, 1980
Yesterday it snowed and today school was an hour late we almost didn’t make a few hills. Bus 17 was very late. We have our plege to the flag and our moment of silens a story a math and then spelling game all in the back of the room. We were aloud to work and eat where ever we wanted it was fun. Today I also played out in the snow. I dug a tunel threw a big snowball, and wrote things in the snow.
Spring 1976: Wanda, me and baby Yvonne in the doll crib. (We begged mom to let us put her in there!)
Read an preview of the When The Roll Is Called A Pyonder at http://www.mennonitewriting.org/journal/6/2/when-roll-called-pyonder-preview/
More diary entries and a new old picture coming next week…
Hola Diana, I like to follow even though I don’t have much time in July. Wow, these old pictures! Interesting, thanks for sharing with us. Beso, Monika
Hola Monica 🙂 Luckily I try to keep the posts short so you don’t need a lot of time. Un beso!