Carole Craig was a:
journalist (BBC, ABC, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Interpress and others too numerous to mention in San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Northern Ireland, Egypt, Palestine, Kenya, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Mexico, Ireland, Turkey)
go-g0 dancer (remember the 60s? — San Francisco, Washington, DC, Osaka, Japan)
regular member of a vaudeville circus
Now she is a:
writer: novels, short stories — unpublished
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Very sorry to hear about the passing of your mom, Faith Petric who I was familiar with. I enjoyed your posting about your mom. My mom will be 90 in December and lives near me so I am her full time caregiver…it is a blessing. Please stop by and visit my blog some time.
Dear Carole – I wanted to express my sorrow at Faith’s passing. I just wrote a brief article for the Local 1000 newsletter about her life. Though I did not quote any of your blog, I read most of it – and was deeply moved. You are a really spectacular writer. One need not have known Faith at all to derive the richness present in your words. You have transcended one life experience and turned it into literature. Thank you! – Joe Jencks – AFM Local 1000.
I received an email notice of a new post but when following the link, I’m told “page not found”. Is it just me?
No, I made a mistake and tried to undo it in a hurry. I’m sorry about confustion.
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