|Sarah Rachel Morgan Dickins
above is Sarah in December 2005
The Marriage of . . . .
Married to Prasannavira in November, 2006.
I was made aware that their first child, Rhea Chandra Grace, was due on December 6th., 2006: in fact the baby was born at 0605hrs on December 1st., successfully, and with Sarah's mother, Diana, present.
The Celebration, August 4th., 2007
with photographs of the ceilidh, square dance, hop, or whatever it was and a number concerning Buddhism.
It must be said that even though my father told me that Sarah had
told him about Prasannavira, on earlier occasions, over the
phone when I had not been home, he had not subsequently informed
me. He was assuming, it may be, that Sarah had emailed me about it
all. Not so. Therefore, this was all a total surprise. In fact, she
had never told me about her friend in any detail, which, sadly, is a
reflection on the fact that the greater part of her life has been
spent distanced by at least the Atlantic Ocean from me. Mea culpa.
At the time of the birth of her first child Sarah
was 35, around three years younger
than Michelle (my second
wife) was when she bore
Katharine, my youngest daughter. Concurrently, Prasannavira
was 40, roughly a decade younger than I was at
the time Katharine was
And, here they are, with me, in 2004 in Ottawa:
I have discovered that the Doctor's House is easily determined using the image on the left above. Looking at it, one clearly notices the fold line, a result of a scan of a double page. Follow it up above the island until one reaches the patch of green, possibly turf, a common area, on the left of the fold line and its accompanying shine. The house is one of the two light, almost white ones clearly visible just to its upper left. Above them is a copse on a headland.
The house isn't, however, visible on
this page from Undiscovered Scotland. That
shows pictures of other parts of the village.