Mardi Gras

 Maggie Lee loved a party, especially when it rolled down our street.  The Krewe of Highland Parade is tomorrow and I cannot help but remember the fun we had watching it come down Gladstone two years ago.
 
Maggie Lee was pretty phenomenal at separating float riders from their Mardi Gras beads, as evidenced by this photograph. She was never happier than when we had a house (and yard) full of people which we certainly did that day.
 
 We will miss her tomorrow, as we do each day for the indescribable passion and personality she brought into our world.

2 thoughts on “Mardi Gras

  1. I can’t imagine the special moments without the people who helped make them special. Will be praying for you tomorrow.

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