Sandy: Today I went to the memorial service for Zheng Cao, an exuberant young woman who knew no bounds for joy and life. She was a diva, literally, an opera star but she also sang karaoke duets with my husband. She had a huge amount of love for friends and family, and found the love of her life when she was being treated for lung cancer. Zheng’s cousin spoke about how he and she shared the trait of being left-handed, one of the many bonds that made them so close even though they lived a great distance apart. I am grateful to Amy and Lou for introducing us to Zheng. I treasure the memory of her irrepressible energy, beautiful voice and find comfort knowing that Zheng can now go where blue birds fly.
Sandy’s year long journey – going from being a right-hander to left-hander, and Kelly’s parallel trip as a left-hander doing things as a right-hander.