She became one of my best friends in high school when I was struggling with coming to terms with my condition. She continued to be one of my best friends as I went through college - she listened to, shared in, gave advice about classes, grades, boys, careers, still struggling with self confidence issues because of my fertility, just about every other issue you can imagine...
|Mother-Daughter Tea - 1994|
After college she was my rock as I struggled to discern whether to pursue (and eventually take) a job in a city that would move me away from family and friends. She gave me hope when I began to give up on ever finding "Mr. Right". She gently found ways to remind me of my faith and commitments to church and prayer.
|Celebrated 40 years this year!|
|Tea Party for Mom's birthday|