Have you ever heard that song, 6′ 2″ eyes of blue . . . They were talking about my sister, Diane. I have two great sisters and a wonderful brother. They called us, the four “Ds,” DR, Diane, David and Dale.
Last year, we lost Diane to Cancer. She fought and fought. That was her nature, she fought. You see, Diane was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and like me, an entrepreneur. She had several businesses to her credit before she retired to live happily-ever-after with the love of her life, Roger. If you wanted to put an even bigger grin on her face, talk about her grandson Jack or her daughter Denise.
Diane was a leader and after our Mom and Dad died at a very early age (Mom also died of Cancer) she became like a second Mom, especially to our youngest sibling, Dale Jean. Our sister Dale was very young. Diane stepped up to the plate and in addition to all her other responsibilities, she was a second Mom and a role model for us all.
Today is Diane’s Birthday. She would have been 62 years old today. Her birthday was always a bit funny to me because it is for a few months that we’re both 62. We were almost like twins as children. [Read more…]