Remnants of the past

June 6, 2016
Mildred Higgins

Mildred Higgins

“My life has included sorrow as well as happiness. And all those emotions, all those bittersweet memories, have created what I’d like to think of as a bright, colorful, firmly woven tapestry. Many of the threads of my tapestry are frayed, others are broken. But the tapestry remains intact because of the other threads, as invisible as love, yet as strong as the everlasting arms are woven against the weakened ones, holding the delicate fibers together.”

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I think of my grandmother Hammons so often and cherish the memories made with her.

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