The Women in my Life (to be continued…)
I don’t think about these women very often, but they influenced my early life in interesting ways.
Aunt Helen: Mom described her as “handsome” or “striking,” meaning that she wasn’t conventionally pretty. I remember tuna fish sandwiches with potato chips on them at her apartment in Jamaica.
Aunt Edna: She was the embodiment of womanly elegance. Quiet, with a beautiful smile, and a face that listened to every word you said. I learned from her to always bring a gift when you go to visit.
Mrs. Moran: She wanted to help, influence, give. A Christmas dress from her every year.