"It was a perfect day. The wind had earlier swept the sky clean of all the dirty clouds, or many of them, and now there was only a gentle breeze coming from the south. The afternoon was warm, with the sun shining through the leaves of the trees, making unique, but interesting shadows on the… Continue reading A Perfect Day
implacable adj. im·pla·ca·ble \ (ˌ)im-ˈpla-kə-bəl , -ˈplā- \ |not capable of being appeased, significantly changed, or mitigated "A Sicilian man with a tormented soul, a man not easily appeased, struggles to find happiness as he sees all of his dreams shattered, one by one." --The Implacable Sicilian A Sicilian Saga
"Without her stories over the years, I could not have written this book. She never failed to hold my interest with her tales. If still alive, she would be pleased to know that I wove her stories together, creating A Sicilian Saga." This book is based on a true story, although the names of all the… Continue reading For My Mother
Geraldine D. Villalba was born in San Francisco, California. As a teenager, she moved to the tiny hamlet of San Carlos. At the local high school in Redwood City, she met the love of her life. They have now been married for seventy years. Villalba has four daughters, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.