I thought this photograph was lost, then I found a photocopy of it in my late parents' photograph albums. For six hours yesterday I sorted through their papers and mine, including lawsuit documents where I failed to prevent my siblings stealing a ⅛ to ¼ million dollar inheritance from me. I worked at it while the plumbers were working on my house so that I would not cry. Finding this joyous, silly picture of me was a nice little reward; and I reduced five storage bins to two small stacks of work to be done.
Caption: Annmarie Throckmorton in her twenties
playing like a squirrel in northern Minnesota woods.
photograph by either my estranged sister Carla Throckmorton Hertz or brother-in-law Robert Hertz