My StoryCorps interview with my daddy

Back in October, I was able to participate in StoryCorps and interview my father. If you haven’t heard of StoryCorps, or don’t know what it is, you can watch the short video below. Also, visit their website at http://www.storycorps.org to learn more. Here’s a short snippet from their About page: StoryCorps’ mission is to preserveContinue reading “My StoryCorps interview with my daddy”

Father Found, Identity Now Missing.

A few years ago, my mom found out that her father wasn’t her father.   She and my uncle had taken a DNA test and it turned out he was her half-brother. The relationship between my mom and grandma was already strained, so this bomb basically destroyed what little bit of communication still existed between them.Continue reading “Father Found, Identity Now Missing.”

The Anger Management Experiment

In general, I’m a pretty quite person.   One of my best friend’s uncle nicknamed me “Mousy” because I’m too little and too quite. I can spend an entire day not speaking to another living soul and be completely happy and content.  (Truthfully, I could do this for days and get a lot of reading,Continue reading “The Anger Management Experiment”

Note to Self: You’re failing miserably at…

So I basically suck at blogging. If you found this blog when I started it last summer, then you may have noticed that I went from posting almost daily to  being almost eerily silent.  You may have also noticed that I’ve occasionally changed a background or something, but haven’t bothered to even post a quick “heyContinue reading “Note to Self: You’re failing miserably at…”

N S Ford

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