It was the most terrifying day of my life. And when it was over, I had become a survivor. When the “Great Alaskan Earthquake” struck, my brother and I were in JC Penney’s in downtown Anchorage.
Moments later we were running for our lives as the JC Penney building was collapsing all around us during one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded in North America.
Yes, I’m a survivor, and this is my story of the amazing things I experienced and witnessed during that horrifying earthquake.
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In 1952 the price of bread cost 16 cents. Anchorage, Alaska where I was born was still a territory. Being part Athapascan Indian I heard story telling from my mother who was raised at our families commercial fishing village. My father worked on the Alaska Railroad. Being the youngest of 8 all of us were quite energetic and lived through quite a lot of Alaskan sized adventures.
Just as exciting as the stories my husband and I would read to our children and grandchildren that we got from our local library. The library was a family favorite place to go. So, I decided to write stories for fun.
Creating characters and writing about the things that took place in Alaska is something I truly enjoy. Mr. Walt Disney was my inspiration because of his love of family and children. My interests are varied from all that Southern California has to offer to watching classic movies with my husband.