They had only traveled about 700 miles from St. Louis. Unknown challenges and dangers awaited upriver.. I also drew a sunflower as they are one of my favorite flowers. I just tried to add little images that showed the colors and seasons I enjoy personally. My last image is the constellation Taurus, which is my astrological sign.
Memories of our Mother’s undeniably contain the lessons we carry with us throughout our lives, no matter how long this may be. I have known many Mothers who have embedded exquisite memories, but have never bore their own child. Still they have within them the rich gifts God only grants to Mothers.
I waited 20 minutes, then called the nurse on call at Ochsner. She told me to go to the ER immediately when I described what I was seeing and feeling. She said it was likely nothing, but with anything that concerns the eyes, it’s better to err on the side of caution.
Mr. Weekly is preceded in death by his wife of 68 years, Kathryn; children, Linda Santos, Glenna Weekly, and Russell Weekly. He is survived by his daughter, Kim (Carl) Holbrook, Karen Wilson, and son in law Jose Santos; grandchildren, Jobim, Lydia, Evan, and AnaMarie, and many nieces and nephews.
I would definitely recommend trying to locate or track down any of your father comrades. In the past I also had some luck with war forums (although they are British, so I have no experience with American forums). Member of those sites are always so interested in WW2 and helpful at sharing data they may have collected over the years! Thanks so much for reading, Annie..
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