MEETING PRESIDENT and MRS. CARTER
PLAINS, GEORGIA - 2006
DEDICATED DETROIT TIGER FAN
ON THE ROAD - THE GRAND CANYON - 2004
DAD'S 50TH CLASS REUNION, 1989
AT ROGER'S BIRTHDAY PARTY IN THE SHOP
WITH THE OWNER OF MOM'S KITCHEN IN PLAINS, GEORGIA
JOKER MARCHANT STADIUM - LAKELAND, FLORIDA
THE OLD DAYS OF BLACK AND WHITE
LANGUAGE ASIDE, MAKING FRIENDS WHEREVER SHE WENT
FRANCISCO'S FAMILY WITH MARK AND ELAINE IN FLORIDA
ALWAYS THERE, EVEN WHEN IT WAS HARD
GRANDDAUGHTER AND GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTERS
ERIN (MCCOY) BURNS,
SABRINA, CASSIDY & JENNIFER
"THE GAMBLER" - HOPING TO STRIKE IT RICH**
**SHE HAD SO MANY SHE WANTED TO HELP
The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Our Lady of Angels Monastery, Hanceville, Alabama
Home of Mother M. Angelica, Foundress
"I BELIEVE ABOVE THE STORM THE SMALLEST PRAYER CAN STILL BE HEARD
I BELIEVE THAT SOMEONE IN THE GREAT SOMEWHERE HEARS EVERY WORD"
"I'VE LIVED A LIFE THAT'S FULL
I TRAVELED EACH AND EVERY HIGHWAY
BUT MORE, MUCH MORE THAN THIS
I DID IT MY WAY"
THE HALIFAX KIDS
PLUS A RABBIT AND A KITTEN
MIKE, PAUL, NICOLE, TOM
"CHRISTMAS CAME AND CHRISTMAS WENT
CHRISTMAS THAT YEAR WAS HEAVEN SENT"
Christmas As I Knew It - Johnny Cash
"And us kids got to thinking how really blesed we were
At least we were all healthy and best of all we had her"
THE HALIFAX GRANDCHILDREN - MIKE, NICOLE, TOM, AND PAUL
THE MINDEN CITY HERALD
LAST PICTURES - APRIL 2, 2013
(in the family room)
WITH TERRI, MARY LOU, AND LAURI
"ETERNAL REST GRANT ONTO HER, O LORD,
AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON HER. "
APRIL 2, 2013 - MY JOURNAL ENTRY
"Mom wanted to get up so we put her in her wheelchair and wheeled her out in the front room. She sat and looked out the picture window for a long time. Then we took her out to the family room. I took some pictures with the girls."
APRIL 13, 2013 - MY JOURNAL ENTRY
"MOM DIED THIS MORNING AT 7:37. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE....
Mary Lou called. When I got back to her, she told me that Mom had just died;
she was gone. I came down to the house and she was in her bed, finally at peace."
Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams
be tossed and blown
Walk on, walk on
With hope in your heart
And you’ll never walk alone