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My Cherish Memories: 17 Years Went By Fast

Okay, this post has taken  me a long time to write not because it’s a long post. It’s actually a short post. Anyway, since no other family members never made a short dedication to my Grandmother, I decided to share a photo of her and my Grandfather.

 

 

 

17 years today

My Grandfather Aristile Demet Apr. 20, 1911- Dec. 28, 1989 and Grandmother Lydia Bourque Demet Jan. 6, 1916-March 3,2000.

 

I  cannot believe how time goes by fast? It’s already 17 years of my grandmother passing. All I can say about her, she was something else.

 

 

Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Photo: My Mom

Okay, last week my Mom asked me to take a photo shot of the blanket, she was crocheting since July. Now, when someone tells me to post something they made by hand online.(Facebook)  I make sure everyone gets a chance to see my Mom’s creative side.

Anyway, I think this photo shot came out very good. But that’s only my opinion.

 

My Mom

My Mom on a good day. Sometime she says things that makes me wonder.

 

 

 

 

My Halloween Memories

Here is a short little post about what I wrote last year for Halloween.

Okay, since it is Halloween I decided to write about my first Halloween costume, which was not really the best.
I got dragged into going trick or treating with my young little second cousins, at the last minute. When I say last minute ,it was three minutes before heading out the door. I had no costume, which was fine with me. Oh but not for my cousins, whom came up with the idea of face paint. I went along with them. Thinking this could be fun, since I was never one to go out trick or treating. It turned out to be fun
But…,
Oh yes, when we came back with candies and goodies, we took photos of what we’d worn. A minute later, I went to the bathroom to wash the face paint off. I got a shock. No one told me , how red and itchy my face would become or that face paint and I did not get along. 😦
This was when I found out that I could not wear face paint. How could I have known this. My first Halloween costume turned out to be the last time I use face paint. But not the last time I went out on Halloween. Only this time it was to watch a bonfire. And that is one of my Halloween memory.