|Myself and three of my daughters holding Mama's hand in the hospital.|
Even though she could not respond to us, I like to think she knew we were there.
|Out for a walk in her garden. Summer of 2010|
|Just me holding her hand. Can't really tell a difference in them can you:)|
|Since it was the one year Anniversary, instead of all of us feeling sad, we got together at a Pizza place and celebrated her life.|
There were in excess of 50 of us there. I do not think we did an official head count.
|And the birthday of a certain brother who turned 50. He does not like having his image or identity posted on the web, so I am only showing a back shot. Happy Birthday dear brother.|
|There was lots of cousins visiting cousins|
|And bigger cousins holding littler cousins.|
|Enjoying one another's company|
|And adoring new babies|
This baby is about #103 in mother's descendants.
|Watching babies being just plain old cute|
|And babies who had too much day.|
|Rest in His Arms, Mama. We love you and miss you more than words can express|
Mary Hazel Hunt Higgins
February 21, 1921
February 13, 2011