About

Little Sister Supplies, LLC. is designed to assist those who are looking for solutions in health care.  It is also a venue and forum for alternative healthcare discussion, a haven for the lost remedies of yesteryear that may form the foundation of medicine, healing, and healthcare in the future.

I watched from a close distance, as my late-wife, Jane built a company called My Little Sister.  Her dream was to enable stay-at-home moms to earn a living making designer socks for kids.  The business grew, and at the time of her death in 1991, she had My Little Sister socks in children’s stores and department stores, including Macy’s and Dayton’s, in over 40 states.  Her socks even touched fame when they were worn by Melanie Griffin in a movie, and appeared on Regis and Kathie Lee, when one of the hosts noticed a little girl wearing them in the audience. [transition]

Jane, in her determination to heal herself naturally, rejected the normative, but toxic processes and chemicals.  She started down a long road, a road that needs to be traveled if we are to see the medical establishment evolve and work in harmony with our bodies, and not, as continues to be the norm, use the method of attacking our bodies’ illnesses.

Jane’s illness with cancer, and eventual death, propelled me to seek answers to this dreaded disease.  The search for natural forms of healing and health maintenance became my mainstay.

As an attorney, I’ve had the rare privilege to witness an amazing transformation in our state, specifically, and more generally in our nation.

Believe it or not, we are on that road to healthcare freedom.  If you don’t believe it, look at the work done by the National Health Freedom Coalition and the National Health Freedom Action.

I am on that road, I am in that march.  We do make a difference, if we desire.

We don’t make socks anymore.  But Little Sister Supplies is a natural result of all that led before, and remains a symbol for what Jane came to represent.

Little Sister Supplies is open to help serve humanity.  Certain foundations must be protected: our water, our mental, physical and emotional health, and a strong legal foundation to protect our access to healthy living choices.

 

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