I hope it makes you laugh, and cry, and you feel the emotions that we felt to write this. We all deal with our problems, on our own mostly; it doesn't matter if its drugs, death, or any problem you face in your life, as it was for Ayiana. Its Love that matters and Love that conquers all the grief that we feel as we live here. For I can tell you that when you get to the other side that all the things here on earth that were such a problem for us are "GONE". And as you look back to earth you will understand and "feel" what I'm telling you now.
I was born in Spokane Washington in 1949 and soon after my Father took job on the coast in the little town of Houghton Washington. This is where my memories begin. I remember all the men there telling their stories of action in W.W. 2 and Korea. Times were just starting to change in the world. I am now in my 70's myself and it makes me laugh to think about it. But I still recall the stories and the way of life was much simpler then, as it was before cell phones and computers, and if you didn't have a church key you couldn't drink a beer or a pop.