Susie Archuleta Says:
July 5th, 2007 at 7:38 pm
I miss Sandy so much. Thank you for the pictures. My cousin was and still is one of the most amazing human beings that I have been blessed to have had in my life. Your letter to Sandy in the last blog entry really sums up her sweet and humble concern for all living things on this earth. I have so many wonderful memories starting from about the age of five of Sandy being Sandy. Of course I didn’t know it at the time, but she was teaching me then and anyone else whose lives she touched what it truly means to care. She didn’t just talk or show what it looks like to unselfishly care for others…She lived it. Sandy’s memory and teaching will live on. I want to thank you again for continuing to share Sandy with us. I believe that she is guiding us from above. I know that some day we will see her again. We will all be healthy and what a party it will be.
July 9th, 2007 at 9:05 pm
Dear DanO, The smile the, the humor, the love shows in Sandy’s 4th of July pix. We miss her so much. Going through our Mary Ware loss, it has been hard not to be thinking of our Sandy too, even though Mary was a wonderful age of 85, it’s still “too soon”. This is Sandy’s birthday week, we are fortunate to have her in our life (make note, we HAVE her in our life). Special note: Sandy would want you to be careful on that yellow “moto”, you enjoy though. Hope to see you at the Garden of Memory this week. Love always, your friends H&P and Clover Barky Bark Bark.