Posts Tagged ‘mama’

Mama’s Birthday


Today would have been Mama’s 77th Birthday.  We lost her in 1994 and I still miss her every day.

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SAMSUNG DIGITAL CAMERAKnown for his drip style of painting, Jackson Pollock was an abstract expressionist painter.  Born on this day in 1912, he led a volatile life.  You can read more about him here.

And today I am also remembering my mama.  My biggest wish is that she would have lived long enough to see The Studio.  I think she would have loved it and what we are doing there.  I hope she knows.  Happy 76th Birthday Mama.  We miss you every day. (Read more about my mom here.)


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Twenty-three Years

Mama 2Twenty-three years seems like forever.  That’s how long it’s been since we lost my mom, Barbara Ann Chancey Walker.  She was a wonderfully beautiful soul and I miss her every day.

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Remembering Mama

Mama 2Twenty-two years ago today I lost my Mama.  She was young…just 52 when she died of cancer.  It was and still is the hardest day.  For those of you who have lost your mom you understand.  I know I will never stop missing her.  She was a teacher so today as I teach my art classes I will be thinking of her and know that she is looking down on us smiling…


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Today would have been my mom’s 69th birthday.  We lost her in 1994 of cancer at the young age of 52.

She was a beautiful person.

You can see by the teddy bears on her shirt in this photo that she loved kids and was a kindergarten teacher.  She loved it!

I recently went through old photos and scanned a bunch of them (thanks Carol for the scanner!).  So I decided to post several of Mama today, hopefully in chronological order.

She was a wonderful pianist and taught kids after school.

Here are some other photos of her over the years, most with family members, including me.

I miss her everyday!

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