Hank Williams and My Father As we drove through El Paso, Texas, Dad began singing “Rose’s Cantina,” his all time favorite song. His baritone was beautiful. Bob had a deep voice, even at two. He echoed “Mexican girl!” “You fall in love everywhere we go.” Mom hated the song. Before they met, Dad had datedContinue reading

Bio’ Dixie Elder

Dixie J-Elder’s family moved forty-eight times before Dixie turned thirteen, due to her father’s job as a cartographer and explorer.  She lived in America’s deserts, swamps and mountains. Sometimes in motels, tents or boarding houses for two weeks, when her father was “checking points” for topo maps. Other times (rarely) for a whole school year.Continue reading “Bio’ Dixie Elder”