Wordless Wednesday!

Wordless any day, any time or any where!

image-1I’ve decided to pick certain pictures from my life of long ago & share them with you! I hope you enjoy them. Please leave your opinion below if you would rather something else & you were not bored! Thank you for your honest opinion! Below is the home where I grew up. We moved near Midway Airport in Chicago in 1957. We stayed here until 1977 the year my dad sold the home (because he was dying of Lung Cancer) and he wanted my Mom to live near her sister & in a better neighborhood.

I too was having a bad time because I lost my daughter (Angelina Anne Marie) passed away of “Crib Death/Sudden Infant Death Syndrome”. She was 4 months old & she was the first baby to breathe after the fact. It was for about two hrs., but they didn’t know how to help her & she lost her strength & gave up. She passed on after that!

My Dad was a smart man. By deciding to move right away all of us put our minds into working & what we were doing and eased our minds & sorrow for a while & gave us a break! God bless him (miss you Dad)! May I add that he passed away a year or so after the move. God bless him & thank the Lord for he was in mega pain! God bless my Dad & may he rest in peace! I will have more next week & much happier things. God bless you all!

1954 Plymouth/Turquoise & White

My Mama & Dad!

12 Comments on “Wordless Wednesday!

  1. Hi Marie I agree a sad story and times but love always shines through, hope your doing OK good to see your new blog is up and running I have updated your new link on my Links page 👍
    But please remember not to do anything I would like trying to toast bread in the fridge it was a waist of time 🙂

    Have an up to datetastic week Marie 👍

  2. Way to go, Marie. You posted a wonderful post. It’s perfect.

    Your dad was smart and you went through a terrible time. Big hugs.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week. Love and hugs. ♥

  3. Marie,

    What sad memories! Your daddy must have been a strong man to take care of your mama this way before his passing. He must have loved her very much. That was a difficult time for you with the passing of your baby girl and am I understanding your daddy died the same year? WOW! The Bible says God won’t give us more than we can handle. You must be tough as nails, lady! So happy to see you’re sticking with it. You pulled together a great post, my friend!

  4. Sad memories, but there is love mixed in there. Your Dad must have loved your Mom very much. Losing a child is always tragic but SIDS is an especially tragic loss. And to lose a parent in the same year Not all posts need to be happy with sparkles and stars; there is power in these kinds of memories, too. Alana ramblinwitham

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