Mom in her younger years… she smoked for a long time, and I was happy when she finally stopped at age 43, of course it took a heart attack to make it happen. My mom was caring, she would give you the shirt off her back, or her last. But never mistake that caring, or kindness for a weaknesd. She would shut you down in a cowboy second. As I have stated, my mom was the strongest person I have known in my life. May you rest in peace strong woman. I love and miss you.
How I miss mom’s smile. But life goes on right. Just another day of her feeling like she was on top of the world. Always a good time spent. I am so blessed, that we got the time as mother and daughter spent. Much love mom.
Well what we all expected, has come about. Today we were officially told the store is closing. Something we knew would happen sooner or later. Not sure as to the last day, but the liquidation is about to start. So even though I have been putting in aps, need to up my game. I hope we get our pay come the first. To be continued!!!
I did love how she started to love getting her photo taken. I was always the photographer. It was cool of course. How I miss this. Life goes on…
A photo from my phone, that I had taken a couple years back. My dad and half sister, we share the same dad, but different mothers, came down from Cali for my birthday. Mom on the right, it was a good day, I miss you mom, its getting to be that time of the year.
1987, a photo of mom and her mom, my grandma. Depending on the month, I think ether march or April, it was around easter time. I would have been 13 or 14.
There was a time my mom was slim, this was totally back in the early to mid 80’s. Back in Palm Springs, Ca. Yeah, the desert. There were some good times, bad times,times of love and family. How I miss her.