I messed up. I meant to take more photos.
Especially of people.
Especially of relatives and friends who came from far and not often seen.
But I got sidetracked, and this is all I’ve got.
Dad caught viewing the Power Point in a quiet moment.
Married at home on Friday, June 13, 1947.
One of Mom’s favorite pieces. Something she stumbled on in a store, and it made her laugh during a time when life was a little tough.
She had to have it no matter the price.
Let it be said that I was already gone and married, so the teens represent my brother and sister.
“I am not hard of hearing. I’m ignoring you.”
“When in charge, ponder. When in trouble, delegate. When in doubt, mumble.”
With Judge Walsh. Mom on right. In front, her last pair of glasses–worn 24/7.
Mom’s court recording machine.
But she began with the stenotype machine above.
Official court stenographer.
Hawaiian Mom and Dad.
To Whom it May Concern–10/29/1996: Bernice Heska needs to live in an area of warm, dry weather–probably Arizona would be best.
Sissy designed the memorial cards. And the program, too. She rocks.
“The memory and reputation of the deceased is not going to disappear out of this family or from his hometown. To all this you are witnesses this very day.”
~Boaz concerning Naomi’s husband, Mahlon, in Ruth 4:10