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Honoring an Icon

By December 12, 2014March 31st, 2020Blog

My dear friend, Kaylyn’s grandpa is an important part of our community.  He can be seen each morning and afternoon riding his horse on Main Street.  It is one of the many things I love about where I live.  When his sweet wife passed away a few years ago I made this mini to honor her.  She loved to dance.  It was the one thing she never forgot as suffered from Alzheimer.   

Imagine my delight when I came across this documentary on Video West honoring this icon.  I’m sharing it so you can see just how blessed I am to live in such a great community.  And to let you meet the man who makes my day, everyday, with his friendly wave as he rides his horse down Main Street.  

The video is courtesy of vimo by way of Video West.

2 Comments

  • Julierose says:

    Oh what a lovely piece–and a terrific neighbor. Memory pieces can be so evocative and I am sure it will warm his heart with happy memories. hugs, Julierose

  • Needled Mom says:

    It does look like a simpler life style for him. I loved seeing the horse on the road with all of the cars. You are blessed and the piece you made reflecting his wife's love for dancing is perfect.

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