After my youngest sister Sarah Tarr (AKA Jazzy Blue Brite) died tragically and unexpectedly at age thirty-three in Jan 2019, I had a awful struggle dealing with the regrets surrounding her death.
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Lisbon shares her stories for the first time.
When my younger sister died unexpectedly, we decided not to have a traditional funeral, but together with her many friends planned a Celebration of Life, where everyone wore blue or rainbow and where her fellow hoopsters would hula hoop with fire.
After more than eighteen months, my son Kaiden was able to marry Lily, the woman he fell in love with in Mozambique. Here are some pictures from their December 14th wedding and reception.
After doing research, I decided transforming the gym with a false ceiling would be our best bet of creating something memorable out of an ordinary space.
I am humbled and awed at the outpouring of love that I received from readers and friends after my announcement about my sister’s illness. It really helped to have your well-wishes and prayers as I had to say goodbye to her.
My son’s up and down journey to bring his fiancée to the United States on a fiance visa.
Lisbon is super excited to show off her new talent!
After talking to the girls, we took off the next day for warmer pastures. We ended up in St. George, Utah near Zion National Park but did we go hiking? No, we rode horses.
On our long overdue vacation to Portugal to visit family (it’s been four years!), we’ve kept busy trying to get in everything we’ve missed.