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December 01, 2014
Mom would have liked this floral arrangement that is currently at the Memorial Rock, because she liked flowers and Christmas. They are sparkly red Poinsettia flowers and mixed in is a green glittery spike accent that has big and small Christmas ornaments attached. Merry Christmas mom!
December 01, 2014
Here is my most favorite trophy that is currently hanging on the wall in my home office. It is a collection of signed baseballs, but my favorite is the baseball signed by all of us (including mom's autograph) during mom's 70th surprise birthday party at the ballpark. The photo in the center of this trophy case is of all of us at the ballpark on April 6th, 2004. What a great memory!
November 30, 2014
November 30, 2014
I am very thankful to God that I was born to Bill and Mary. Great parents especially figuring that they both did not have much role modeling to walk down that road. All four of us kids had a good childhood. All around full of most every aspect of growing up. Mom and Dad had their own struggles but never let on to us about them. So different today, I think, as I watch young parents today. Our parents were so unselfish. Their world was our world. And oh so much fun! Mom certainly made our ordinary life an adventure. Just think about it....what adventures we talk about from my dress flying off the trailer which was being pulled by our glorious chariot, somewhere in Oklahoma to the hippies in San Diego. Mom was fun. Mom loved us, unconditionally. Sometimes we made her mad or sad, yes especially me, but she still loved us. Mom wanted to be with us. Mom enjoyed us. And the best part is we all wanted that with her. Because of Mom's love, first to God, and secondly to us, her children, we, the kids are that much better as human beings. I always thanked Mom for hatching me and then loving me forever. What an unselfish person she was and that is too be admired. Since Mom's death, I have tried to implement her patience, love and unselfishness in my own life. I have a long way to go, but I try, because I do believe that she somehow knows a smidge of our current life. And so as God parts the clouds a bit for Mom to peek and see us, I want that time to be when she could be proud of me and not shake her head.
I am not sure who ever said that "it gets easier" after someone dies. I believe that actually it is the opposite....I just really miss MY mom so much. Pattio
November 21, 2014
Still miss Mom after two years. In some ways it doesn't seem like that long, but in other ways, it feels like it was so long ago that we last talked. I miss her empathy--I could always get a sympathetic "Brrr!" out of her when I would tell her, "It snowed again..." or "I slid down the hill today..." She always enjoyed talking with her children and friends.

I think back to our childhood. She sure was hard-working. She always kept us in clean clothes and kept the house (yes, even the Mackey House) scrubbed. She remained optimistic in the worst of times. I REALLY miss her, and I know we all do; it's like there's a hole inside each of our souls that craves another conversation with her, a hug, or a laugh together. I am thankful for the hope of seeing her one day again.
October 15, 2014
Well mom, we took your remains along with Jason's and Crystale's to Camino del Sol funeral home in Sun City West and had them put the ashes into urns, under the memorial rock. So the 3 of you are now in your final resting place. Your plaque came out beautifully and I just know that you would have approved of this memorial rock. Someday, Pat & Dave (and their pets) along with Kathann & I will join you under this memorial rock, though I hope not too soon. Love you and miss you!

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