Tag Archive: mother

34/365 Still Raw One Year Later

A collection of some of my Mother’s favorite things. One year ago today was truly the worst day of my life. My mother suffered a massive stroke and I found her in her… Continue reading

A Mix of Old and New for a Perfect Result

The story behind this still life image is you can mix old and new for a perfect result. My mother, my Aunt Stelle (Mom’s sister) and my Grammy Chaulk were all amazing bakers… Continue reading

Hidden Talent

I am still doing my still life photography class but things have been so crazy over the past couple months that I don’t always have the time to compose the shot and take… Continue reading

Missing You Terribly Mom on this First Mother’s Day Without You

Today is Mother’s Day and the first one since losing my Mom in February. The loss is still very raw. I continue to cry here and there several times a week. The memories… Continue reading

The Healing Process

It’s just over one month now since my mother passed. I can truly say that not one day has gone by that I haven’t cried at least once if not multiple times. My… Continue reading

In Memory of Dot (My Mother) 1926 – 2015

My mother passed on Saturday February 7th after suffering a stroke four days earlier on Tuesday. Over the past several days I have been fortunate to have received condolences from so many people… Continue reading

The Last Vestiges of Mommy and Emma Time.

I am in Maine this week with my daughter Allison and granddaughter Emma. Just some girl time. The girls are taking advantage of some of their last Mommy and me time before baby… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = AWE

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE… Continue reading

How Many 87 Year Olds Do This?

How many 87 year olds do you seeing doing this? My mother Dot does! I know someone, somewhere is saying why aren’t you helping her? Well my mother refuses to let anyone in… Continue reading