“Letters to Mom”
One of her journals I found is titled “Letters to Mom”. It’s a collection of letters she wrote to her mother — my “Nana Anna” — starting about four months after her death.
This is crazy! I don’t want to get rich because you died in pain at the hands of idiots.
I’d rather win the lottery and take you on a trip around the world.
I can’t believe I went to Maui. The sad part was the pall hanging over it. I really want [redacted], but I don’t know if that will ever happen.
And David spends so much money. Did I tell you his boss died? It was quite a blow for David, both personally and professionally. He keeps coming close to wealth and then it gets snatched away.
I wish I could really talk to you.
I love you,
Kathleen A. Gagne