It takes a long time far a mouse to realize he's in a trap
But once he does, something inside him never stops trembling.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Thursday, August 28, 2014
|Obligatory bluebonnet patch photo, 1927|
|l to r Pre ship off photo of Grandpa, Great-Grandmother Bertha Kuntz-Petsch, Great Aunt (Sister) Alice|
He lead a long, happy life filled with friends, family, world travel and adventure the likes of which are not usually associated with accountants.
|The Canon AE-1 grandpa is holding? I shoot with it still :)|
He was still working up until entering hospice care about a month ago. He passed away yesterday, on August 27, 2014, and my mother was with him. I had seen him the day before. He looked peaceful-a good death for a good man.
|Grandpa was 22 when he married my grandmother. Doh.|
|Being a fluent German speaker, my grandfather was head of a POW camp for German soldiers near the end of WWII.|
|Nonna and Grandpa at the beach in Corpus Christi, 1957|
Grief in my heart under the best possible circumstances-that someone very old and very well loved and loving is at rest.
|Nonna and Grandpa sometime in the 80s?|
|Me n My Grandpa, Christmas 1989 :)|
Monday, July 21, 2014
Sunday, June 8, 2014
"Unblinking and unsettling, this documentary lays bare a mysterious
process that goes on all around us - what happens to people who die with
no next of kin.
Dead bodies in various stages of decomposition
are seen, but not played for shock factor. Instead, you learn a little
about each person, both what they were before death and what will happen
to them afterward. They are followed from the discovery of the body to
the final disposition of the remains, and each step in between."