Harold Miller, really my cousin but I always thought of him as Uncle Harold. He was a part of my life from the time I was born. He died on April 30, 2015. He would have been 90 on August 11th of this year, sharing a birthday with Emma!
He was married to Pauline for as long as I remember. Their daughter Chris and I are both only children..but always have each other. I spent many nights, even summers at their house. The Miller clan was my extended family.
Chris and Harold, 1989
He, my dad (Smitty) and Ross were great buddies. Gene too! Characters all! This photo, most likely late 1950’s was typical of the three of them at any family get together. Drinking, laughing…having fun. My dad’s been gone a long time, Gene and Ross too…and now Harold too. I miss these guys. I miss the rest of the family that is gone. I miss the family I don’t often see.
But they are all there in memories. Cheers to them all!
Greg, Connie, Kev, me and Tom on the Red Carpet at the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival. Had a great time at the festival and seeing family and friends who were able to come! Just today found out the film is accepted into The Wanderlust Festival and will screen there in June!!
Heading to Iowa this week for the premiere at the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival!
Zoe has been gone six months today, I miss her everyday! xo
After 15 years of barking, chasing cats and frisbees and protecting us from all threats, real or imagined Rosey is gone. You will be missed my sweet girl. xo
Necklaces, bracelets, charms and a book I made at Art Camp! What a fun, inspiring weekend. Hosted by artist Terri Brush at a beautiful beach in Lincoln City, Oregon. Terri taught the bracelet, soldering classes, Amy Hanna taught jewelry design and Carolyn taught us bookmaking basics!
All of them eagerly awaiting a treat!