Time Capsule

Memories of my youth, family stories, and events of my lifetime create the stories of who I am and what I am. Autobiographies are dry reading, and so I would rather be defined by these stories than a chronological narrative. Besides, they are fun to write.
Don't Cry for Me Venezuela The power of music to touch Latin souls. On location in Caracas.

Full Moon Wait here but stay alert. We may have to leave in a hurry! Based on a true family story.

Girl Crazy A teenager discovers the opposite sex. Pining for my lost youth.

Girl in a Window Our brain stores memories with a value marker. Set in Aachen Germany.

Jaurez Inocentes The power of faith and forgiveness. Coming of age in Mexico.

Little Richard It’s not the size of the man in the fight… The exuberance of youth.

Mirage Seeing is believing. Living and working on the deserts of West Texas.

Original Ride Share One car in a family with five drivers and five sets of keys.

The Paymaster My Irish grandmother orders a hit on grandpa.

Scars of Freedom Memories of World War II. Hitler celebrated my birth by invading Poland.

Star Grazing Close Encounters with the stars among us.

Tears of the Copper Queen You could hear her heart break. Among the hills of Bisbee Arizona.

The Fight What it’s like to sit quietly while the world is crashing down around you.

The Whistler Fathers and Sons. It took me 80 years write this memorial.

Wheels Our first family car at the end of WWII.

Your Mother Wants You The last thing you want to hear from your commanding officer.