I guess I had to live a long time so I could have a greater spot to peek at my life from the top of 95 years.

The need to leave some sort of legacy to my wonderful family, the best thing I could do was tell them about my life, since that is the only subject I am an authority on.

Thanks to my son Sam, who casually said, “Why don’t you write a chapter about each year of your life?” I trimmed the size to one page instead of a chapter, and rounded up my diaries and this is what happened.

I am grateful to Wikipedia for facts to enhance the work.

I hope you enjoy the trek. I did.

Here are some of my life’s highlights in a slide show.

NEXT: 1918-1919

Additional Writing by Dorothy Churchill:

95 Years in 95 Pages: The Book!

Quotes & Notes

Travels By Dorothy

Astoria Daytrips

Dorothy’s Diary of Quotations

Sheller Stories

Sam Churchill (Big Sam)

The Longview Webcam