Lei’s for Steve

Yesterday marked two weeks since my Brother Steve’s funeral.  My daughter Ryan could not make it home for his funeral but sent 4 lei’s from Honolulu that we received at the Church the evening of the prayers for him.  Two of the lei’s were flowered, one for each of my sisters.  The other two were made out of tea leaves, one for me and one for Steve.  Shown here are the remains of the two flowered lei’s on Steve’s grave site.  Wish I’d taken this picture sooner before the flowers faded.  Another item on the list of things I wish I’d done for Steve.

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Lei’s for Steve

Yesterday marked two weeks since my Brother Steve’s funeral.  My daughter Ryan could not make it home for his funeral but sent 4 lei’s from Honolulu that we received at the Church the evening of the prayers for him.  Two of the lei’s were flowered, one for each of my sisters.  The other two were made out of tea leaves, one for me and one for Steve.  Shown here are the remains of the two flowered lei’s on Steve’s grave site.  Wish I’d taken this picture sooner before the flowers faded.  Another item on the list of things I wish I’d done for Steve.

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Lei’s for Steve

Yesterday marked two weeks since my Brother Steve’s funeral.  My daughter Ryan could not make it home for his funeral but sent 4 lei’s from Honolulu that we received at the Church the evening of the prayers for him.  Two of the lei’s were flowered, one for each of my sisters.  The other two were made out of tea leaves, one for me and one for Steve.  Shown here are the remains of the two flowered lei’s on Steve’s grave site.  Wish I’d taken this picture sooner before the flowers faded.  Another item on the list of things I wish I’d done for Steve.

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Lei’s for Steve

Yesterday marked two weeks since my Brother Steve’s funeral.  My daughter Ryan could not make it home for his funeral but sent 4 lei’s from Honolulu that we received at the Church the evening of the prayers for him.  Two of the lei’s were flowered, one for each of my sisters.  The other two were made out of tea leaves, one for me and one for Steve.  Shown here are the remains of the two flowered lei’s on Steve’s grave site.  Wish I’d taken this picture sooner before the flowers faded.  Another item on the list of things I wish I’d done for Steve.

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