On March 8, 2013; just 14 months after being diagnosed, my cousin, Brittany Joan Stephens-Kinney lost her fight to cancer. Although her life was only 24 short years, she lived it to the fullest. Brittany was a very vivacious, kind hearted, full spirited woman and she gave cancer a good hard run for its money. She lives on through her son, Gabe, who has the same vivacious, kind hearted full spirit.
We miss you and love you, Britt! You will forever be in our hearts.
RIP sweet angel
(*The first few seconds is not Alex, he starts at 0:09*)
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”
(Note the mustache, he was digging the mustache!)
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**This post might seem a little conceited but these pictures are for inspiration and reminders to myself.
I know this is supposed to be wordless, but I wanted to tell his story. Yogi was found wandering the streets. He was picked up by a kill shelter and had been moved to the kill side of the shelter after not being claimed in their allotted time frame. The Pug Rescue was contacted about him and we adopted him from them. All this happened in about 8 weeks time. They have no idea how long he was on the streets but he is in good health and is an excellent dog.
In case you don’t know, I am a big lover of the Pug breed.
So without further ado, meet Yogi!
All pictures courtesy of my lovely niece Jennifer LaRue McBroom