Happy Mother’s Day!

My mother passed away on March 15th, 2020; this is my second Mother’s Day without her.
I miss her very much.

I got brave a few years ago, and made a photo book online for my Mom.

(Click on the picture to take you to the Shutterfly site, where you can view it for yourself.
Once there, click on “View Photo Book”, then “View Full Screen” – hope you enjoy it!
)

Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!
I loved you so much, and miss you every day ♥♥♥
.

About Teresa in Fort Worth, TX

A short, fat, over-the-hill, happily-married mother of 4 daughters. I know just enough to get myself in trouble....
This entry was posted in Annual Posts, Family, Holidays, Just Because, Special Occasions and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Happy Mother’s Day!

  1. Bette Syska says:

    Awesome. I have made numerous Shutterfly books over the years and finally last year did one of my parents’ history which is quite an amazing story. During WWII both my parents were taken to Siberia by the Russians when Stalin joined Hitler and before he switched sides. My mother’s entire family was taken – 7 sisters, 1 brother, mother grandmother. The dad was off fighting and they did not know if he was dead or alive, One of her sisters and her grandmother died of starvation in Siberia. My mom was only 11 years old and was in Siberia for 2 years. At age of 13 when amnesty declared her family got out with General Anders army via Persia (present day Iran..funny they were a friendly back then) and was at a refugee camp in India from age 13-17 til war ended. Then to England where she met my dad. He too had a fascinating story and was only 16 years old when he fought in Italy in Monte Cassino. After Siberia he ended up in Jerusalem and I wear a cross he got here to this day. This book was a labor of love and worked on it for months getting old photos from my cousins in Australia and England via e-mails back and forth. Everyone thinks of the Holocausts and Jew when WWII is mentioned but this is the forgotten history of what the Russians did to millions of Poles. My mom and dad immigrated to America with only $100, few clothes and my mom was pregnant with 4 months pregnant with my sister.

    I just recently updated the book to tell the youngest sister’s story who just recently passed away. There is only now one remaining living sister in England.

    Sharing the link: https://www.shutterfly.com/share-product/?shareid=fb061e61-a6fa-4da2-8549-49ba0cc3ae5c&cid=SHARPRDWEBMPRLNK

    Like

Leave a Reply (Please be nice - my mom reads my blog!)

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s