In 1980, you wrote “In God We Trust,” typed a final copy on your manual Remington typewriter, and entered it in an Easter contest. It didn’t win. In fact, one judge wrote on your returned entry that the poem was supposed to be about Easter. I remember you studying the poem and saying you thought that was exactly what it was about.
I agreed then, Mom, and I still do. And deep inside, I think I’m probably not the only one.
Good job, Mom. Now we’ll share it with our friends. Love, Marylin