Let’s begin at the beginning, a very good place to start:
Here’s not much later, on the steps of Grampa Quick’s kettle house. Neither of us look particularly pleased to be there. But without my sister, I’m fine.
Nothing from junior high, oddly enough. But here I am as a high school sophomore, ca. 1971. Back then I called it, “Cool clothes that Mom bought”. Now it’s called “transvestism”.
August 14, 2010: the premiere of Mass in Honor of St. Maximilian Kolbe, on Kolbe’s saint day. In the basement of the National Shrine, with the winners, L to R: Daniel Knaggs, Mark Nowakowski and James Flood of the Foundation for Sacred Arts (contest sponsors), me, Frank LaRocca