My Husband, Peter Tilden Hitchcock's legacy lives on with Same Time...Same Station. Feeling our relationship was special, he wanted me to write about our strong love and the compassion we shared during 54 years to include love letters that kept us close. Peter wanted to reach out to those coping with Parkinson's. It is amazing how he accepted the disease -- to live in the present, enjoying life. I hope my words are inspiring, uplifting, and even challenging.
author_bio: Same Time...Same Station is my first book, an ode to love. In the 1980s, as a freelance writer of children's magazine articles, "The Big White Birds," about whooping cranes, was accepted by YOUNG AMBASSADOR. It was put on tape, in braille, and in different languages. I then wrote three picture books working with editors at Philomel, Albert Whitman, and Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. This came to an end because of my accident: Trip to Heaven and Peter's diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. I look forward to working on the picture books soon.
keywords: An ode to love. Sharing love letters during 54 years. Adoptions. All aspects of family life. Fun adventures at seasonal home. Laid off: company buyout. Trip to Heaven. Parkinson's disease. Prostate cancer. Life living in the present.