Saturday, July 30, 2011

Betty Dorene Marquart Parisian

There's nothing special about today except today would have been my Mom's 83rd birthday. It's just another late July day in Georgia. Hot, steamy and bright. There's nothing special about her birthday, just a reason to touch base with my sister and Mom's older brother, Don, in Renner, South Dakota. Why do we always talk on Mom's birthday? I guess it's because we can always hear her and see her. Some of the memories Father Time hasn't erased. I wish we could share a slice of cake, a smile and some coffee together tonight, you know, some family time and talk about way back when, way back then.

Happy birthday Mom. Your light and the bright you brought shines eternal. Dad really loved you.

I miss you.

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