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Truly, I March For My Mother, who would have been with us if she were able.
Women's March in Washington, DC Jan 2017....following Mother's example of activism.
Mother was very proud of Rebecca's cross country bicycle ride. Mother pledged 10cents per mile to go to Peace Action.
Mother put this in The Voice, Peace Action's newsletter. She was so proud of Jim's gesture.
Donna dragged a bottle of Elixir all the way to Slovenia for a photo shoot.
Out to lunch with Dr. Bob (Laubach) and Caroline.
Caroline and Dr. Bob, both dreamers, both do-ers.
Family gathered to celebrate Caroline's 93rd birthday. We're just missing Rebecca who was in Africa.
3 Pohl men installing the new generator in the WW Durant.
A piece Caroline wrote about finding another way besides war to settle differences.
Donna with Ellie who is John B Miller's granddaughter, daughter of "Juanito," also John B Miller
4 generations together on Caroline's 93 birthday: Caroline, daughter Donna, her son Jim, his daughter Avery
Out to dinner with Grandmother- Rachel, Rebecca, Biz and Donna
The 3 Pohl women off on an African animal safari.
Baby #4, Rebecca Mildred Pohl, named for her other Grandmother, Mildred Pohl. Born in 1983. Rebecca is an educator in the international teaching community. Currently she is a guidance counselor in Lusaka, Zambia. Previously she worked in Shenyang, China as an American Literature teacher and principal and before that she worked in Durango, Mexico and then Cuernavaca, Mexico teaching American literature. Her passion is scuba diving.
Donna gets to go visit Rebecca wherever she is. Here they are in Indonesia.
Carol, Mom and Donna in Easter finery McKenzie, Tenn.
Caroline holding new baby Donna with sister Carol nearby.