Dedication Memorial In Honor of Loving Parents

Our Mother, Nina Black, was born Nina Stevens on May 18, 1913 in Mt. Carmel, Utah; and died of a stroke, peacefully  in the  home of her son Boyce on November 7, 2003 in White Salmon, Washington, seven years after her husband, Claude Elias Black (May 8, 2008- Thanksgiving Day 1996).   Nina took herContinue reading “Dedication Memorial In Honor of Loving Parents”

With a grateful heart I salute you

Good morning To all my friends I have been pretty quiet lately haven’t I? It has been a sad and sweet week and I thought I would just share a little of it with you. As you might realize I struggle along in life financially and in other ways and yet I still find beautyContinue reading “With a grateful heart I salute you”

Joy in Living

I found myself thinking about the idea of Joy and what it means to me, and it has little to do with acquisitions in the world, how much money I have, or what kind of work I do. It is those moments in time when all feels right in the universe, and I can feelContinue reading “Joy in Living”

Fighting the Darkness with Light and Color

I don’t know about you, but sometimes this time of year I feel heavy, slow… and sad as I think too much of those who have gone on.  This story explains a wee bit of how I came into Photography in a more serious way as a healing therapy. My husband and father both passedContinue reading “Fighting the Darkness with Light and Color”

A Plea for Help for my Niece who is Ill and Broke Down Far from Home

a photo by my other niece Christee Kyte of My wonderful niece Erin Kyte Huerta, Erin is a youngster by my standards… only 36 years old, and has to wear Oxygen all the time and haul a condensor around with her everywhere she goes.  She has a disease called Pulmonary Hypertension, which she was toldContinue reading “A Plea for Help for my Niece who is Ill and Broke Down Far from Home”