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Jeanne and the Blue Crew see you here and there and everywhere that is sharing some blues.
In my gray walled living room I have a beautiful black and white canvas depicting happier days before the Twin Towers fell.
I love this canvas. "God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea." Psalm 46:1-2
A BoJon favorite, Auntie Jo Steblay and Uncle Tom Binder on their wedding day. Uncle Tom was in the Army Air Corp. and served in WWII. They loved their Dallas Cowboys and resided in Texas for many years. Later Uncle Tom, an engineer, took a job with Mobile Oil and was transferred to Baton Rouge, Louisana where they had the most lovely home. She passed away, from pancreatic cancer, just like her mom, in 1977. She was young, way too young to be taken away. Uncle Tom lived the rest of his life in their Baton Rouge home and he passed away tragically from a brain tumor after being involved in a car accident that revealed that tumor. A beautiful couple with smiles that lit up a room. Broke my mother's heart to lose her baby sister. I will always hold my heritage close to my heart and remember these good and godly people until the end of my own life.