Mary May Larmoyeux

Stories Shape History

One of our young grandsons recently asked me how old I'll be when he's a teenager. The truth is, I'll be about the age that my grandmother was when she entered eternity. Of course, I didn't tell him that. I think I said something like, "old." But his question made me think, How pmany years… Continue reading Stories Shape History

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He Had Rocks in His Pocket

by Mary May Larmoyeux Back in January 2014 I wrote a StoryWriting Studio post about Holocaust survivor Agi Geva who spoke to a group at the University of Central Arkansas. I will never forget her answer when asked, "What would you say to someone who claimed the Holocaust never existed?" She simply rolled up her… Continue reading He Had Rocks in His Pocket