Photo Gallery for "Piety, Pride, and a Cosy of Cures"
Chapter 2, pgs 13-19: A Partial View of Raw Egg Skating
Margarine day, 1991
Zach's curls, then...
Page 19 - Pink hair...
Chapter 3, pgs 21-26: The Grocery Carts in Our Closets
This underground photo from 2002 only recently surfaced:
Just beyond the cattle guard on the road leading to our house in Montana.
Chapter 4, pgs 27-31: Hair That Big Should Be Charged For Its Own Seat on a Plane
Bald me with gorgeous-haired
Chapter 6, pgs 39-47: Containing More Than Just Toxic Messes
Sorting through the toybox, circa 1990
Chapter 7, pgs 57-62: Shrinking vs. Poofing
Me in 1973--cat eye glasses and all. Gotta love my mom's striped pants.
Chapter 13, pgs 93-98: Churchy OCD: Over-chewing the Law Chaw
Joe "Bud" Feller at work in the 1950's
Grandpa Bud with newborn Gabe Feller in 1994.
Chapter 15, pgs 105-109: My Death
Grip on My Church Blanket
A whole lot of comfort goin' on - Irina and Zach in 1991
Irina the Comfortee becomes Mommy the Comforter to precious Charlotte in 2009. (Bun-Bun the bunny is, sadly, much rattier and stinkier now. He's been through a lot.)
Chapter 22, pgs 151-158: In The Trunks of Our Cars
Zach and Dusty, 1994
Chapter 26, pgs 179-186: Gramma's Stretchy Pants
Nick and Great-grandma Lula in 1985
Chapter 33, pgs 229-236: Craving Sweet Praise
Leaving Grandma's house after Thanksgiving, 1993. Eerily similar to the National Lampoon "Vacation" movie--there's a deer carcass strapped to the top of our old Ford Taurus station wagon.
Cutting up the deer in the kitchen
Chapter 33, pgs 253-257: So Round, So Firm, So Fully-packed
In 1991, little brother Zach was just another
Cabbage Patch doll as far as big sisters
Annika, Alison, and Irina were concerned.