Keiko Sakakabara's life has never been easy. The 66-year-old retired ranch hand looks forlorn, without a family or a steady income, in this country. Yet, her heart is definitely not lonely. In my last visit to her, I felt reassured that she would manage no matter what. Her simple happiness lies in the circle of friends she has nurtured in the Nebraska Sandhills, in the abundance of garden vegetables, and in her indestructible faith in God's love.
My computer graphic teacher, who has been producing charming illustrations in Paris.
My mentor. His encouragement always boosts my energy.
Jewish Pioneers of the Black Hills Gold Rush
My writing in my portfolio was polished by Ann Haber Stanton, the author of the above book.
Othmar F. Arnold
A radical thinker, whose aspirations are similar to mine.
My Past Photo Albums