Today and everyday you are on my mind and in my heart.
I'm so thankful to have all my memories of you.
The way you always talked to me and taught me a lot about so many things.
Particular memory stands out is going on the Road with you and moving in with you full time in my 7th grade year of school.
You would sit at the kitchen table and taught me how to draw your Tractor Trailer Truck.
You had detailed all the lights, CB antennas, Mirrors and all that.
You had just got a brand new GMC.
Told me always remember GMC stood for "Great Mountain Climber"
(I passed on that Art to my Sons)
You took me out there on the road all over the USA
Watching you pull the biggest single wide Mobile Homes out of Athens, Alabama
We'd stop at night because it was against the law to pull them at night.
But, we'd wake up bright an early to deliver to dealer and then turn around and do it again.
Many times, I'd be sitting in the passenger seat of your truck listening to you on that CB (your handle was (Eval Knievel) you earned that handle from Harley Davidson's and doing things most Men wouldn't dare do except Eval Knievel. I do know Motorcycles was a passion in your life as was anything that you could build or expand on. I always admired that.
The time you made a snow sled for Dustin and there wasn't even any snow and you pulled him around your farm with horses.
Danny Ray would be 57 this year Robbie just turned 50 and me 47.
and your 77th Birthday.
Your in my heart and I am blessed to be your Daughter and Honored.