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July 18, 2018

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February 28, 2017
Our thoughts and sympathies are with you and your loved ones during this difficult time. ~ Dumb Friends League
February 27, 2017
Love from JoAn Rose Skinner, Kristopher and Jill Skinner, and Karena J. Skinner



(This should be added to my previous entry)
February 27, 2017
Dear Kent and Kim, Jan,and the rest of your families,

I think this describes your Mother. Aunt Beulah lived each day with fun, humor,grace and acceptance of what was.

I do not know the origin of this piece but it was in the SF Chronicle in 2015 written by Tom Steinstra.

"The odds of being born, according to one legend, are the same as if you were to throw a life ring on the open ocean, and at that exact moment, a blind sea tortoise poked its head through the ring. The odds of dying, on the other hand, are 100 percent. For each day in-between, since it's a miracle you're alive in the first place, you'd best treat today as a blessing."

Love to you all,
JoAn (Rose) Skinner
February 24, 2017
Beulah was smart and sassy and very down to earth. I knew her my whole life and still have memories of the way she'd put sugar on fresh blueberries or fix us a breakfast of fried eggs and bacon with toast. Now that I am not so young, I can appreciate her dry sense of humor and sharp wit all the more. I really only remember her losing her cool a few times, like when Kim and I were around four years old and we went in the pool by ourselves fully dressed. I couldn't understand why she might possibly be upset. Then there was the time we trimmed our bangs using manicure sissors that curved and our bangs looked the mountain skyline, and I sensed that she was not exactly thrilled.
Beulah sewed the most wonderful doll clothes so that Kim and I could have matching outfits for our Ginny dolls. She made it look so easy that we decided to try using the sewing machine by ourselves and jammed it up good and tight. Still, she took it in stride, paid to have the machine overhauled and continued to sew clothes for our dolls. I have so many memories of Howard and especially Beulah, and they will always hold a dear and special place in my heart. Our love and support are with you dear Kim and Kent. You have both been such loving, caring and wonderful children as much as any parent could hope for. I'm lighting a candle for all of you tonight.
Love from my family to yours,
Doonie