Endurance of Memory

All of these people have been gone for years, decades even, but their memory endures with me.

Mom & Dad

Mom & Dad

Uncle Paul, who taught me to love the earth, geography, and the national parks. He was in my life a brief 10 years but his influence lasted a lifetime.

Uncle Paul, who taught me to love nature, geography, and the national parks. He was in my life a brief 10 years but his influence has lasted a lifetime.

 

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11 responses to “Endurance of Memory

  1. Aren’t you thankful for the memories and the photos???

    • That’s a hard one for me. While I’m glad for the memories I don’t handle death well, even though I know half of them I’ll see again, unfortunately I don’t know if I’ll see the other half again. Thanks for commenting, Ana

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  3. Family, remembering, loving, enjoying brings peace to our soul. To reflect back is to pull forward those things that made us who we are. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Remembering elders of family is a sweet thing – very beautiful family
    with regards

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