A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
My condolences to you. Lovely tribute with this photo.
Nice to have her so close by, I'm sure.
This is a pretty shot. Eleven years gone, but not gone.
I am sorry for your loss. That is a lovely place.LL
A lovely tribute to her memory.
Touching. I know, Tash, how the "resting place" can be very comforting to us.
I take it you visited on a anniversary. I lost my grandmother in November of 95. Yesterday I hung out with my mother and three of her elderly friends. We were playing rounds of the card gang Skippo while I watched the gals get sloshed. One woman "Patches" (80 plus years) asked me how i felt about my grandmother. She wanted to get an idea of how her grandchildren would speak about her after her passing. I found that interesting.
We really are on the same wave length Tash. On Friday, I posted a view of a long road, fading away in the distance. The photo was taken from atop a hill with magnificent views in all directions. It is the home of Fife Cemetery. We had taken my father to visit the grave site of my baka, my omama,and my mother. It is truly a peaceful resting place, but we often wonder how the three ladies are getting along in such close quarters.
OHMYGOODNESS.. I'm flying out to CA to visit my dad in a nursing home later this week. He's not doing well and this will most likely be a goodbye trip. I'm dreading it to say the very least. I've done it once already w/ my mom and .. well, it's awful.Dad is to be buried at Green Hills. Sigh..
It's a lovely tribute!Léia
That's a warm and loving tribute to your mother-in-law. I love the glow on the gate.
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