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16 Sep Colleen Winton’s story of Doris

When put together, the threads I have of my mother’s life resemble a kind of open woven fabric, a shawl perhaps –  a few bright strands with lots of holes. Still it’s comfortable enough to wrap myself in and even find some warmth.
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13 Jul Wendy Noel’s story of Doris

My mother.  She was born in Edmonton in 1929, the youngest of three sisters. Her name is Doris Elaine (I can’t think where these names come from) Gregory.  Her father, Len, was a plumber and her mother, Leone, had been a nurse.  They met prior...
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12 Jan My Mother’s Story: the originals

In 2004, when Marilyn Norry made the original request for stories from her friends (women actors in Vancouver), she said these stories would be published in a book, the profits being donated to charity. It’s here, it’s happening! It’s on Amazon.  Buy Here My Mother’s...
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24 Jul Tanja Dixon-Warren’s story of Jane

JANE DIXON-WARREN: def: power tool wielding feminist laced with irrationality, tempered with practicality, sprinkled with theatricality but no sentimentality. Diana Madeline Jane Bushby (aka Jane) was born in London, UK on JANUARY 25 1935, the 2nd child Stanley and Ruth (aka “B”) Bushby.
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