Read The Constitution of The United States of America

http://constitutionus.com/

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America is composed of immigrants from all over the world who came to this country and helped build it.
In my opinion, it is through our diversity and the differences that we possess that makes our country colorful, and not boring. America strives for fairness for all people; no matter what race,  color or creed. It has become a veritable sanctuary for people who have been opressed.

People who have been treated unfairly come to America to find justice.

People who have lived in America their entire lives like myself take these rights for granted, but other countries aren’t as lucky.

The rights we possess as Americans were not handed on a platter for us either. Soldiers sacrifice their lives and families to fight for all those freedoms. My father was in the Air Force is now in heaven but he fought in the Air Force and Germany, China, Japan and finally when my mother had my sister and brother Bob he got out of the military because he was never there to raise his kids. He went all over the world with United States Air Force and is buried now in a military cemetery in California and his ashes were placed very recently with my dear mother who is with him now in heaven.

One of the things I want to do is fight to see that all people who served in our country can live in dignity, with all their needs met with housing and all the things they need as well as disabled people like myself. That’s not the way things are right now.

Quite often people serve in the military, they give up their families and they give up everything. They make sacrifices for the sake of our country and us all. And then we dispose of them afterwards like the trash and that’s not right.

Many soldiers had her legs shot off or their arms shot-off or have PTSD. In my dad’s case, his bad leg led to being close to paralyzes in a wheelchair.
He could never pass the stress test to get a knee or shoulder replacement and had osteoarthritis in about every major joint of his body. He was forever going to the Veterans Administration to the VA Hospital and he had so many pills that he was taking it was sickening.

If you ever want to be reminded that war is a triple loss just go to the Veterans Administration. Hang out for a day at the VA Hospital for a while and you’ll see what WAR does. That’s what war does! War kills, War cripples, and there’s usually better things that we can do. Anything is better than blowing up thousands of innocent people just for one target . It’s illogical and doesn’t make sense. In war you never just kill the person you’re going for, but instead you kill tons of women and kids and everybody that never did anything to anybody . In the year 2016 we can find better ways; we must find better solutions.

Fostering more effective communication between countries, signing peace treaties, and coming to better understanding between nations; that’s what you want to build and foster.

We need to build bridges and tear down the walls of misunderstanding.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko copyright July 30th, 2016 2:34 p.m.

Our country was based on the fact that we all have rights and they were not handed on a silver platter either.

America is an extraordinary country because it became strong by its people. We fought for what mattered and we don’t want to lose those privileges by having Trump trample our rights as American Citizens.

Trump would trample all of our rights.

He wants to turn the United States into something like Britain has with him being the king and all of us his tiny servants. That’s not happening in my lifetime.

Preserve our Democratic rights that we possess by voting for leaders who will lead us forward into a more positive future instead of regressing. Trump promotes adversity and War and hatred. Can you think of one good thing that he’s uttered that shows that he represents American ideals?

We have the right to believe what we want in this country and we have the right to freedom of speech and to express our opinions. We also have the freedom to believe whatever we want as long as you’re not hurting anybody else through it. Read the Constitution of United States of America and see how different it is from the agenda that Mr. Donald Trump is presenting. does his agenda really have anything to do with what our forefathers intended for a country? The answer is no it doesn’t. Case closed.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko,
Copyright July 2016 2:13 p.m.

Khizr Khan: All Races Fought America’s Wars Including Muslims. Commentary by Paulette Motzko about Unity, Trump & Equal Pay

Bravo and a standing ovation to Khizr Khan who reminded the world that his Muslim son Army Captain Humayun Khan died from a suicide bombing 12 years ago protecting all of us. You can see the video of him speaking on http://www.CNN.com.

Khizr Khan said that The Arlington Cemetery this full of people from all walks of life and all religions.

The people that fought our wars to protect all of us were from all walks of life.

That’s what America is made of-all people, not some of the people.

What does Trump think this place was built on anyway rich pompous, arrogant white guys who hate all races who wear power suits and bad hair pieces? I think not.

Trump, as far as I’m concerned, comes from the same classification is the Klu Klux Klan did which is backwards thinking and hatred.

I hated racism since the sixties when I was a kid and was wondering why black people had to be segregated and couldn’t drink out of white people’s drinking fountains. I hated that stuff and I’m so happy that we finally have a more sophisticated society, that is at least better than it used to be.

America is not perfect but no country is. Our country is a human entity that has shortcomings, just as the people who comprise it.
It sure as heck is better than what it was in the sixties though!

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In the sixties it was controversial to show a woman on TV and it was doubly controversial to show black woman ( a double minority) in a commercial.

In the sixties it was controversial to show two different races with two different colors hugging or kissing each other, that was just not done.
Then again they couldn’t show Barbara Eden’s navel on the sitcom “I Dream of Jeannie” either. Times change and so do people and their ideals.

Gene Roddenberry of Star Trek Fame, broke stereotypes by casting the first black female starring roll with Ohura as one of the Starship Enterprise’s star crew.

That was the landmark history making stuff for its time. And even though he didn’t realize what he was doing, he made people realize that all races and do all things. Racism was beginning to go out the window little by little.

In 2016 , we will propel into a more just and promising future with a President like Hillary Clinton. For the first time in United States history, we will have a woman President, which in the days of George Washington, was considered an impossibility. With Hillary Clinton will also have for the first time equal pay for equal people. That doesn’t mean equal pay for equal with women only, but equal pay for everyone for the same job. Now there are a few things that I don’t care about what Hillary Clinton did, but then again no candidate is perfect.

I’m going to say that again- no political candidate is perfect. That’s because nobody is perfect. The moment that you expect that you’re going to find a perfect candidate, you’re not going to find anyone because if they don’t exist.

Equal pay for fulfilling the prerequisites of the job should have brought equal pay since the dawn of civilization. How women put up it or tolerated a substandard wage ,don’t ask me.

All people should be compensated in an appropriate fashion, no matter what sex they are or what race they are.
To me that’s is fact and should be made right immediately, no matter who is president.

How could we have ever gone into 2016 with that without that ever been put into place?

Equal pay for doing the same job is a civil rights issue. It’s not a woman issue or a gay issue or a Muslim issue it’s just equal rights for everybody.

Trump’s thoughts are all based on hatred and that’s what prejudice is, and the roots of all biases. Anyone that doesn’t want everybody to be treated with dignity and respect no matter what race color creed they are needs their head examined.

I think all of that puffy hair Trump has plastered with tons of hair spray weighs down his feeble brain.

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America is composed of immigrants from countries all over the world- trumpet the supporters of Trump have forgotten that. Take a look at his record and take a look at how much money he’s making and how many lies he’s made. Prove what he said don’t just assume what he saying is correct. Look at it look at the figures yourself read The Wall Street Journal.

Filipino to Italian immigrants to Cambodian immigrants to French immigrants, Polish immigrants, German immigrants, Chinese immigrants, to Japanese immigrants and the list goes on to include every country in the free world.

My relatives where Italian, French, French-Canadian and Blackfoot Indian.

What nationalities are in Donald Trump’s genealogy? I think he would be shocked to know, then he would eat his ignorant blind sighted words.

Progress is what we need in this world. The only way that we can become a more tolerant society as well as more loving people is to work together. You can’t create cohesion or Unity with a huge, ugly wall. People that animals that you put up of barrier to.

There’s no way that you can unite people with walls. I hope the wall is not built it would go against everything that we’ve done as a society we would regret that decision and regress as people.

I also implore you if you’re an American citizen or an American Living in America don’t ruin America by voting for Trump who stands for regression, segregation and the opposite of unity in equality. I think in my own personal opinion that Hillary Clinton is the best person for the job if the president of the United States of America. I’ve never read anything like this on this site before but it matters to me greatly how our world is handled. It needs to be handled with tender loving care and protected and cherished as well as all the people who inhabit it.
Vote for anybody else you want and don’t vote at all but please don’t vote for Trump. I’ve never felt so strongly about not having someone fill the presidency until this year’s election.

Written by Paulette L Motzko July 29th, 2016 12:55 a.m.
1:10 a.m.

Happy Wednesday

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Image by Bittle on Facebook.
Have an awesome day!

I have loved Charles Shultz Peanuts  cartoons since I was a kid along with the Vince Guaraldi jazzy piano pieces that always accompanied the animated cartoon specials.

Written and compiled by
Paulette Motzko

July 27th, 2016
1:04 p.m.

I’m With Her – Hillary Clinton In 2016 | The Tony Burgess Blog

https://tonyburgess1969.net/2016/03/01/im-with-her-hillary-clinton-in-2016/

I agree with my writer and blogger friend Tony Burgess, that Hiilary Clinton will get my vote for the upcoming election.

We need equality for pay for women in this world and there are countless other reasons. She would be a more humane president and more human president in the sense of having compassion and empathy for all people, regardless of their ethnicity.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Watch “Full Speech Michelle Obama at DNC. July 25, 2016. Democratic National Convention 2016. Philadelphia.” on YouTube

In many ways I liked The First Lady better than the president. Michelle Obama was planting gardens with children, teaching them about healthier eating, decreasing the obesity rate in the USA. She was improving the quality of kid’s school lunches while our real president was arming Syrian terrorists with American dollars making them more powerful and more diabolic.
Obama helped create ISUS in many ways.

Written by Paulette Motzko
July 27th, 2016
4:49 a.m.

Pianist Composer Ezio Bosso: His Illness of ALS Doesn’t Stop Him

http://www.newstalk.com/My-illness-does-not-stop-me-now-I-caress-the-piano–Italian-pianist-with-ALS-reduces-audience-to-tears-during-performance

This inspiring music video featuring pianist composer Ezio Bosso playing “Following A Bird” got a standing ovation in Italy for obvious reasons.

My friend Tatiana Bembry introduced me this amazingly talented pianist who inspires me and has touched the world with his music and charisma. My Italian friend sent me a touching music video by him this morning.
Ezio Bosso was diagnosed with ALS, which is why he is in a wheelchair, but that does not stop him or hinder his passion for creating beautiful music.

Notice when he plays the piano how much better he stands and moves. Ezio Bosso was given extraordinary gifts by God, that’s for sure.
There is 7 minutes of Italian dialogue before he plays the piece btw.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Amyotrophic lateral scelerosis ALS is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Watch “Ezio Bosso con ‘Following a bird’ a Sanremo 2016” on YouTube

My wonderful Italian friend Tiziana Bembry just sent a music video from this extraordinary composer this morning, and I found this one that shows him speaking (in Italian ). Anyone, with any disability can make the most of their abilities as this great composer has done.

This inspiring music video featuring pianist composer Ezio Bosso playing “Following A Bird” got a standing ovation in Italy for obvious reasons and over 38,500 people liked it on YouTube.

My friend Tatiana Bembry sent a this song by him to me into this amazingly talented pianist who inspires me and has touched the world with his music and charisma.

He was diagnosed with ALS which is why he is in a wheelchair.

It doesn’t stop him from playing or creating magnificent piano pieces that touch the human heart though.

Notice when he plays the piano how much better he stands and moves.

Ezio Bosso was given extraordinary gifts by God, that’s for sure.
There is 7 minutes of Italian dialogue before he plays the piece btw.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
July 25th, 2016
8:03 a.m.

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Watch “Low Impact Beginner Home Exercises (Burn Calories)” on YouTube

I had been wanting to incorporate exercise every day other than the walking I do to bus stops and housework.  I searched on YouTube “Low Impact Workouts” and like this one because it was upbeat, and also because it wasn’t 40 minutes but rather more like little over 20 minutes. I want to make sure that I’m not sure I don’t overdo it from the start.

If I can enjoy the benefits of  this upbeat work out, so can you too.

You won’t need any special equipment for it either.

Written by Paulette L Motzko
July 23, 2016
1:05 a.m.

Chaos often fosters the greatest creativity. Breakdowns often precede the greatest breakthroughs.

“Chaos often fosters the greatest creativity. Breakdowns often precede the greatest breakthroughs. And when the pain is greatest is often when we’re on the brink of the greatest realization…..When the pain is burned through rather than numbed, when our darkness is brought to light and then forgiven, then and only then can we move on. And move on we do.” ~

Marianne Williamson

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Paulette L Motzko,
PLM Studios
Copyright July 2016
Compiled by Paulette L Motzko

Where is one of your favorite places to go and relax in your city and state, and why?

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Where is one of your favorite places to go and relax and why?

List your first name and city, and state and tell the readers why you enjoy going there.

As for me Paulette Motzko in Las Vegas, Nevada I love going to The Springs Preserve because I am surrounded by nature, birds, flowers in the springtime and summer, and I am nowhere near the crowded strip with neon lights.

Written by Paulette L Motzko
Photography by Paulette L Motzko
PLM Studios, Las Vegas, NV

Garry Marshall, ‘Happy Days’ creator, dies at 81

Garry Marshall, ‘Happy Days’ creator, dies at 81
http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/20/entertainment/garry-marshall-obituary/index.html

God bless his soul and may all his friends and surviving relatives know peace.

I never met Gary Marshall but enjoyed many of the shows he produced like Mork & Mindy and Happy Days.

He was a real legend in the production industry.

Paulette Motzko
July 20th, 2016
11:57 p.m.

We All Should Possess a Benevolent Spirit

https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/benevolence

Today on Facebook my photo blogger friend John Luis Madrigal posted what his Soul Symbol was, which was a flower because he brings beauty to the world and exonerates it and showcases it in his incredible photographs.

This was pretty right and it fascinated how the nametests arrived at that description.

I then wanted to see what mine said. I don’t know how they do it but something tells me Mark Zuckerberg has people that analyze people’s profiles and they already have the descriptions written in advance. But a human being writes them, not a computer algorithm.
They’re not just like a generic one they give to everybody.

I figured out what my soul symbol was and it was pretty accurate but it was also well written and I copied and pasted it onto a Word document and I share it with you here.

“You are a wonderful person because you were blessed with an amazing character. Because your eternal soul contains the wisdom of the cosmos, you embody the best qualities. That is why you impress others with your extraordinary personality. You follow the sigil of your benevolence!”

My soul symbol is an eagle because I reach to the Summits of Excellence in everything I do.

That’s how my mom raised me.

She told me is a little kid: ” if you can’t do the best you possibly can then don’t do it at all.”

And, she also said I could do anything that I programmed my mind to do and envisioned myself doing.

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She’s responsible for the caliber of Integrity that I possess and I wouldn’t be the person I am without her not to mention I wouldn’t even exist!

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What do you think that your soul symbol is and why?

I learned the true meaning of two words in that description on my Facebook page which are- “benevolence” and “sigil”. Sigil is another word for symbol that I I had never heard of.

Now I have another word to tap into in my vocabulary. I heard the word benevolence used in prayers but I never really knew that the true meaning of it was having a character where you like to give to others and you like to help others. That’s the core of my DNA. I get the greatest joy in knowing that I did something that helps someone live a better life or empowers or helps them learn something in a new way. To me, that’s like better than money because the good keeps going on forever and my joy never dies.

However, if you could earn money doing something you love that helped others, then all the better. That is a triple win: I Win, You Win, Society Wins.

Some of the greatest, most wonderful things that I have done in my life I never got paid for, nor cared if I did.

I just did it because it was right, it was needed and because it was honorable.

What can you do in your neighborhood to do good to make a difference?

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All images, with exception to the photo of mom and I at The Huntington Beach Pier, we’re photographed or created by me-Paulette L Motzko, PLM Studios
Glenn Clayton- is this kind friend and photographer that took the photo of mom and I at the beach several years ago. It is probably my most favorite picture of mom and I.
I will treasure the 16 x 20 on my wall forever because we will never be done again, since joined dad in heaven on the 5th of July.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
July 14th, 2016 at 12:56 p.m.
Copyright July 2016

Merging with The Alzheimer’s Association

I’m so happy because I talked to two people at work at the Alzheimer’s Association here in Las Vegas and told him about my newsletter that I created five years ago named Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.

The director is going to be calling me today to meet me, talk about ways we can work together and arrange a time I can meet with the president and corporate heads of The Alzheimer’s Association.
My information packed newsletter will be disseminated to all of their constituency base educating and empowering them.

Using their 501c3 tax status, we can ask banner ads in amounts as high as $500 $1,000 whatever pharmaceutical companies and Foundations want to donate.
Then we can raise money to find the Cure to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

They were very excited about the concept they love the fact that my newsletter’s going to regenerate itself long after I leave this earth it will still be working. My newsletter named after my mother will and power, educate and be an animated, living breathing wonderful thing forever.
Written by
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
July 12th, 2016 at 10:16 a.m.

Prayer For Our Nation

God our Father, Giver of life,
We entrust The United States of America to your loving care.

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You are The Rock on which this nation was founded. You alone are the true source of our cherished rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Reclaim this land For Your Glory and dwell among Your people.

Send your spirit to touch the hearts of our nation’s leaders. Open their minds to the great worth of human life and the responsibilities that that accompany human freedom.

Remind your people that true happiness is rooted in seeking and doing Your will.

Through the intercession of Mary Immaculate, patroness of our land, grant us the courage to reject the culture of death.

Lead us into the New Millennium of life.
We ask this through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

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This beautiful prayer comes from a wonderful prayer book of mine from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC called Prayers for All Occasions.

High definition images from Zedge all compiled from Paulette Motzko, July 11th, 2016 at 12:31 midnight

They’re located at 400 Michigan Avenue, Ann.. Washington, DC 20017 – 1566.

Their website is National Shrine.com

Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily

http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356862348?edition_id=f8317c80-474f-11e6-8b0f-0cc47a0d164b&utm_campaign=paper_sub&utm_medium=email&utm_source=subscription
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Photo Montage Image of Mom and I- Ramona Lea Hart LePore

Mom touched the Face of God on the 5th of this month, only 6 days ago and yet her memory will live on forever.

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God bless any of your family or friends who have this terrible disease and I hope to get this monotized. I want to team with The Alzheimer’s Association, or any other like-minded Alzheimer’s disease related foundation/organization. The Alzheimer’s Association is the most well known though. I volunteered for them when I was a caregiver for my mother’s mother Ruby Hart. Then with a 501c3-Tax Exempt Status, we can give banner ads to donors as incentives. Those banner ads will represent our clients in a positive and helpful way. Then Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily will not only inform and entertain but it will be a life force to raise money for the research to find the cure for Alzheimer’s disease and programs for caregivers like what I once was.

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Images created from old black and white photos of mom and more recent photos of me last year colored the same as the old photo.

Mom never knew I created this information packed newsletter that regenerates itself daily.

When I knew her short term memory loss was critically severe. She didn’t know but I knew and that’s what mattered most.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
July 11th, 2016 4 a.m.

What ignites the fire in your soul?

http://wp.me/p41rZD-sb

I meant for this article to be released on Totally Inspired Mind that has about 2,526 followers now. Instead I put it on another blog of mine called Writers Work Lab.

You’ll be directed to that blog with the link. The good thing about doing that is some of you writers out there will discover a new Web resource to fall back on that you can subscribe and follow.

Have a fantastic day!

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Photography by Leonardo Valencia.
Photo editing – Paulette Motzko
Copyright  Valencia Motzko Inc

Paulette L Motzko

One aspect of your life may be bad, but all your ingredients are not in.

“One aspect of your life may be bad, but all your ingredients are not in. Remember, a little baking soda can make a huge difference in a cookie recipe. Just a little break, just one person, just one idea, just one touch of God’s favor can turn the bitter into the sweet, sorrow into Joy, the mourning into dancing.”

-Joel Osteen from his phenomenal book- It’s Your Time.

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Last night, before I went to bed I picked up Joel Osteen’s book in large print edition called it’s your time I got it from the library.

I absolutely love the title on it and under the title was printed “Activate Your Faith, Achieve Your Dreams and Increase God’s Favor Now. That’s before I even knew about his book called “I Declare” which I discovred from some pins on Pinterest.
I would recommend getting both of them. His metaphors are fresh and inventive and creative and it’s just exactly what I needed and was “the missing ingredient” if you will, and the “recipe” for my life of this week after losing my mother on the 5th.

It’s wonderful how he says “it’s not one isolated event that determines your destiny. All the ingredients arent in in yet, comparing our lives to a recipe with different experiences as the ingredients.

We have different experiences we go through in life that make the complete picture.

So sometimes, the best ingredients, like it’s in a chocolate chips in a chocolate chip cookie recipe are saved for last.

I know it’s very difficult for me at this time because I haven’t even gone to the funeral yet for mom, and another that put both their ashes together in a military cemetary. I will get through it and I will not be alone.

And I know that it sure as the chapter closes of my mother’s sweet, wonderful, forever misses life, other chapters are opening on my life that will take me in new, positive directions…but it is hard now.

God bless all who read my words all over the world! .

Written by Paulette L Motzko

July 10th, 2016
3:22 p.m.

Image photographer Leonardo Valencia.
Photo editing and graphic arts-
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Valencia Motzko Inc.
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Peaceful Ocean Surf…listen and pretend your by the beach

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I’m listening to Peaceful Dreaming ♫ #iHeartRadio #NowPlaying http://www.iheart.com/original/215?campid=android_share

Here is 63 wonderful, relaxing minutes that reminds me of once, long ago when I stayed at a wonderful bed and breakfast in Newport Beach, CA called The Doryman-Inn. The room I stayed in had the view of the Pacific Ocean and I could hear the sounds of the sea all night.
Here I am many years later in the high desert but it is fantastic to imagine the beach is out my window.

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Image photographed in Huntington Beach, CA by Paulette Motzko
Copyright 2016

Written by Paulette L Motzko
July 10th, 2016
1201 midnight

Miracles Do Happen

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When is the last time that you sincerely wanted something, prayed for it and then you found it become a reality within 24 hours?

If you sincerely desire something, put all your whole heart and soul into it and no matter what faith you- where I happen to be Christian, ask God to be your partner achieving your goals.

Share your triumpant story about how your prayers we’re answered or how God and faith got you through the most turbulent of times with all the 2,525 followers here.

Written and compiled by Paulette Motzko

Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily

http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356862348?edition_id=fb2b25f0-4298-11e6-8b0f-0cc47a0d164b&utm_campaign=paper_sub&utm_medium=email&utm_source=subscription

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My mother Ramona Le Pore passed away at 730 am early on the 5th of July and she is no longer in misery. She had a tumor on her kidney and it had ruptured and she was hemorrhaging. She is no longer suffering and is at peace in heaven.

I will forever try and raise money to find the cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

I will forever treasure the times we had together too. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

PauletteLePoreMotzko

My Mother Touched The Face of God Today

My sweet mother had been suffering,  going for repeat blood transfusions and the tumor in her kidney had burst. I am saddened that I won’t her her smile any longer, feel the warmth of her hugs and I will miss her, but I am happy she is not suffering any longer and is at peace in heaven with my dad.

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My mother made the impossible happen and found the good in everyone and everything.

Paulette Motzko