Sunday, December 21, 2014

THOSE RESTING IN PEACE - From My Christmas Family Tree Ornaments

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If you missed the post from a few days ago about "My Christmas Family Tree Ornaments - Scrapbook Style" then click HERE to view.

I decided that I will share a few of these pictures each day until Christmas - they will either be MEMORIES or STORIES.  (Memories are obviously something that happened in my lifetime & Stories are taken from pictures that I did not experience but rather heard the descriptions of the events that those pictures portray)

THOSE RESTING IN PEACE From My Christmas Family Tree Ornaments

My Uncle Willy & Aunt Pat, and my Oma & Opa (grandma & grandpa in German) - The four people in the middle in the picture above are no longer on this earth with us.  We just lost my Uncle this past August .  It will be a difficult season for us loved ones left behind but we will meet again in heaven some day.

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My father-in-law - This is a picture of my father-in-law when he was growing up in the Ann Arbor Michigan area.  He was a veteran of WWII and a prisoner of war captured at the Battle of the Bulge.  It has been 3 years now since he passed away.

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My sister-in-law - She is the adult on the right side of the picture above.  This picture was taken at my wedding reception.  My parents rented a horse & buggy & our guests were able to take rides around the block in my home town in Canada. (It has now been 8 years since she has passed away)

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  1. I love your handmade ornaments. They turned out beautiful! I've been wanting to make one for my Pop Pop. He's been gone for almost 7 years now but I still miss him like crazy every single day, and especially at Christmas. This is such a sweet idea to remember your loved ones <3

  2. This is so sweet, what a great way to remember loved ones!

  3. This is so beautiful. This will be my second Christmas without my dad and I didn't know how to remember him. Thank you for this lovely idea.


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