A surprise affect of my true crime interest is that some days my appreciation and deep love for my husband is amplified as if the volume has been turned up to eleven. Quite the opposite. But he does anyway. Every one thought we were crazy when we met. Getting involved, being long distance, trying to navigate an immigration system, starting over from scratch once he moved to Canada and blending our family.
Weight Off My Shoulders
Transcript of Episode 6: Chameleon — Bear Brook
Note: episode transcripts are radio scripts - please keep that in mind as you come across notations and errors in the text. Click here for the audio version of the episode. It was fascinating about Lisa um For 20 years, Diane worked as a call operator… and in that time, she took just about every kind of call you could imagine. Diane lives in a suburb outside Chicago. I reached her by Skype a few weeks ago. So I wonder if you felt prepared in any sort of way because of your job?
True Crime Tuesday: The Bear Brook Murders
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The original intent of this journal was to chronicle the trials and tribulations of the struggling twenty-something, as I searched for love and happiness in the small city-burb of ManchVegas, NH. Now, I'm thirty-something, I've found love in many forms, happiness in even more, and now the struggle is just And finding time to do the million and one things I want to do- including writing. Labels: crazy girl , dad , hiking , snowshoe , training , winter.