May 18. Lots of memories associated with this day, most of mine having to do with mom’s birthday and one birthday in particular when Mount Saint Helens blew her top. May 18, 1980. It was my moms birthday, and my husband and I were in the old truck with mom and dad driving up inContinue reading “May 18; Moms and Mountains”
Roger Black, born May 8, 1942, died May 16, 2019. This beloved Navy veteran from the Viet Nam war was a Wonderful husband to Connie, father to Carmen Knopes and Sarah Vantinteran, grandfather to many, adopted Papa to dozens, and brother to myself and Boyce. We had three more siblings and two nephews who alreadyContinue reading “Roger’s Walk of Honor”
Fundraiser for the Comstock family who recently lost their four month old baby.
Another young much loved woman has passed away this last week, and my heart is so sad. Trying to continue forward with photography and life, and stay positive. Julia Little Brave was my stepdaughter by a former marriage, and although I am estranged from her father I have kept track of his daughter asContinue reading “Julia’s Rainbow”
My heart cries as once again we lose another family member. Sometimes there are no words left to describe or explain, except it was way too soon to lose this lovely 32 year old daughter of my special first cousin. Christina Clarke passed away suddenly in England this weekend, of unknown causes. Her mother CamilleContinue reading “In Honor of Loved Ones”
Our beloved cousin Veldon passed away last week, and family gathered from far and wide for the funeral in Fredonia, followed by the Interment in Kanab cemetery. Cousin Veldon Black was buried in style in Kanab, Utah, after a funeral across the border in Fredonia, Arizona where he lived for many years raising his familyContinue reading “Graveside Services for Veldon Black”
The old homestead built by my Grandfather Hyrum Wallace Stevens in Mount Carmel, Utah is mostly gone now. Not much left anymore but the old milk house/ grain storage building is still there and very solid, along with many terraced rock walls. The foundation of the Milk house was a very thick stone wall,Continue reading “Hyrum Stevens Homestead”
How loving cats and my brother Roger are similar, and celebrating holding the head high and loving life while dealing with life threatening illness, complete with photos to prove it all!
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”
This one is dedicated to my deceased husband David Reel… who passed away January 16, 1996 following a long illness. We had been together for 4 years when he got sick… and soon after that we had a large community wedding on Winter Solstice 1991, sort of a blend of new age, nativeContinue reading “Buffalo Breath and Memories”