A painting of the sea my mother painted…Ramona Lea Le Pore. …the one who gave me life, opened the world of reading at four year’s old, taught me how to play piano at nine year’s old, taught me compassion, integrity, values, confidence, and was my Anne Sullivan when I was a sick child diagnosed with epilepsy.
She is responsible in large part for the person I turned put to be.
I will always remember the many creative works she did.
Her 85th birthday is on June 19th and though I won’t be able to see her in CA in the 24 hour acute care Alzheimer’s group home she lives in, I am making her famous though she doesn’t know it.
I want to monotize this newsletter and have the proceeds go to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
I knew I couldn’t prevent the progression of the disorder, but I could help others prevent it and work towards the cure.
Paulette L Motzko.
May 9th, 2015