This week’s photo challenge is “blue.” And although I haven’t been participating lately, I decided I couldn’t pass this one up when I went outside and saw these little blue wildflowers peeking at me from our woods.
I’m not sure what they are, but they remind me of Forget-Me-Nots, which would be very appropriate. Today is my sister Annie‘s birthday. She would have been 54 years old. She loved it when we lit the birthday candles on a cake and sang to her, or anyone else for that matter. I’ll not forget her.
In honor of Annie’s birthday, I’m doing a little book giveaway. If you would like to enter to win a signed copy of Dancing in Heaven, just visit my Facebook author page Christine M. Grote. There is a “like” button at the top. If you click it I will enter you in the Giveaway. If you have already liked my page, just leave me a message over there and I will add your name to the hat. I’ll be drawing a winner at the end of the month.
Happy birthday little sister angel.
16 thoughts on “I’ll not forget you”
Happy Birthday, Annie.
She would look at you, give you a huge smile and flex her right hand up and down. She might chuckle, or even holler a little. Thank you.
I feel it, and it feels like the best hug ever.
Happy Birthday, Annie!!! Nice post today, Christine!!! 🙂
Thanks, Beth Ann.
You are so welcome!
I love forget me nots! And I love the memories of Annie
Me too, to both.
Beautiful post. Happy birthday to your sister, Annie. I’m sure today brings back many wonderful memories.
Thank you. It turned out to be a pretty good day.
Beautiful picture, beautiful post. Your sister Annie sounds like such a joy and treasure.
I miss her. I don’t know why that surprises me sometimes, but it does.
Pretty little flowers! Happy birthday, Annie!
A beautiful post today; and those flowers are indeed lovely.
I hope you got through the day well.
I did, William. Thank you for thinking of me. When I think back over how much pain I felt right after Annie died, I can see how far I’ve come in healing. It’s nice to be at a place where memories hold more joy than pain.