Grandpa and Grandson on a lake in Northwestern Ontario!
Four Cousins with their Aunts!
Left to right! Roy Miller, Betty (Miller) Schlabach, Sarah Mae (Miller) Stutzman, Frieda (Miller) Mast, Larry Miller, and myself on the right!
Grandmother and Grandson in action!
One of my favorite portraits of my sons!
My wife made my day very special! I came home from a taxi run at Noon, which meant we went out to eat for lunch instead of breakfast! As we were leaving, I mentioned that the lawn looked like it didn’t need mowing! In the morning it was dewy, and I decided I should put mowing the lawn on my list of activities! It was a puzzle to me, until my sweetheart mentioned that she had mowed the lawn while I was gone! She surely got me that time! Thanks heaps, and looking forward to many more years together!
Wikipedia: Frida (with variants Freda, Freedia, Frieda and Freida) is a feminine given name. In Scandinavian countries, it derives from the Old Norse name Fríða, meaning“beautiful, beloved”. In central and eastern Europe, Frida is a short form of compound names containing the Germanic element fried meaning “peace”.
I always thought my aunt was beautiful and beloved, and with her there was always peace. I remember attending her wedding when I was 10 years old. Special memories! We always had a lot of fun together. She liked to tease me! They say, that means she liked me a lot! A special memory was when we traveled together after Thanksgiving of 2015, to see her son’s family in New York, which included seeing a newborn grandchild!
Frieda, rest in peace!