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Happy Birthday, Mom

Today is my mom's 75th birthday.  She is just amazing, and I am so proud to be her daughter.  She is the smartest woman on the planet, and the most generous and kind-hearted.  She is a very faithful and strong woman who has borne hard times with resolute determination and hard work.  I hope I am living my life in a way that will make her proud of me.
Isn't she beautiful?

Here she is in 1934 with her mother and grandmother in Boulder City, Nevada.  Her dad was helping to build Hoover (Boulder) Dam.
Here are my parents as newlyweds in 1952.  So cute.
Happy Birthday, Mom!
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  1. Ah what GREAT photos of your mom.. she is BEAUTIFUL!! and I hope she has a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

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  2. I'm sure your mom is so very proud of you. Wonderful post. A great birthday tribute to your mom. You're a lucky lady.

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  3. What a fabulous way to to honor your Mom! Thank you for sharing such great photos. Most of us do not have photos from that time...what a wonderful treasure to cherrish. Happy Birthday Cheryl's Mom!!!

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  4. Beautiful photos of your mom!! I hope she has a fantastic birthday!!

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  5. I just noticed this post. BEAUTIFUL! I love, love, love Grandma.

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