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March 12, 2008


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Nicely done. :)

*I need to get back in the swing of WWC*


She's beautiful.


Aww, now I feel all nostalgic and sniffly. You two look a lot alike.
What a neat way to play along with WWC this week!


You look like her. 61 is way too young. I bet you still miss here everyday.



Your smiles are so similar :-)

The Mom Bomb

She looks like she was just an incredibly loving, wonderful mom.

Manic Mommy

You have your mom's smile. How nice.


What a sweet tribute. Love it. Visual reminders help our hearts connect with the memories. Good that you have lots.


What a fitting tribute and entry for the WWC. Well done. I love it.

Domestically Challenged

That's lovely, and you do look so alike!


I see your smile in her's. I'm so sorry you lost her so early. I can't imagine...

Beautiful combination.

Don Mills Diva

What a lovely photo - she was a beautiful woman.

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Tootsie Farklepants

What a sweet tribute. She looks so very happy in that photo.


61 is way too young for someone so beautiful and obviously adored to die....

Little Miss Sunshine State

You look like her and she was beautiful. My Dad was 64 when he died and I wish he could have seen how my kids grew up. I know you'll miss her when the big life events happen with your kids


That is really beautiful. And as convenient as the whole digital process has made photography, to me, there is truly nothing better than an actual Kodak picture...to hold in your hand...with the edges a bit frayed...
Great way to mesh the 'paper, ceramic' ideas together.


Sixty-one is far too young - I'm so sorry - she was beautiful! I'm glad you have this daily reminder of her - not that you probably need them - but it is nice! Take care - see you later. Kellan

stephanie (bad mom)

Beautiful, all of it. I'm sorry about your mom. My wonderful mother-in-law was only 59 when she died. It throws the universe off. It's interesting - our kids have chimes as a reminder of their Granny.


You've made me all emotional. Once again, brilliant.


That's lovely... the hearts keep chiming in your kitchen and her face keeps living in your smile.


Beautiful lady...I can see where you get your great smile from.

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