"The Day My Brother Drowned," is the true story of a tragic accident, a mother's descent into mental illness, and the effect it all had on a little girl who wasn't even born yet. It was written by Marilyn Parker in the year 2000 and was first published in the Eastern Arizona College literary magazine Voice under the title, "The Pressure Cooker."
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About the Author
Marilyn has worn many hats: pastor’s wife, mother of four God-loving children, school teacher, author and blogger—just to name a few. Four years after becoming a widow, she married Peter Parker. Yes, she’s Mrs. Spiderman! How cool is that! When she and her husband are not out RVing, they reside in Yuma, Arizona with their dog Mimi. She (Marilyn, not Mimi) is presently the older, more wrinkled half of a mother/daughter blogging duo with her daughter Rebecca Feasel. Their website, Persevering Women, is full of inspirational stories, tools to train the tongue and renew the mind, Bible studies, and who knows what else. Please, visit. They’ll make you welcome!