Friday, March 31, 2006
ON A CLOUDY, BUT WARM, SPRING DAY, A PHENOMENAL NUMBER OF FRIENDS SAY GOODBYE TO CONNIE AT SEPARATE CEREMONIES IN ALBUQUERQUE AND SANTA FE.
Connie's classmates from Loretto Academy gather to say goodbye to a dear friend. (The homely, bald girl in the back will be getting hormone treatment)
The Shrine of St. Bernadette--this huge church was packed full of Connie's Albuquerque Friends--mainly made through her work experiences.
Maria, who nursed her sister in her final days, also made all the arrangements for Connie's farewell.
The girls gather one last time. (And because Margarite had the presence of mind to hold up Connie's picture, Connie is pictured with the group , as well)
El Santuario de Guadalupe--where Connie was Baptized and made her First Communion--was where her Funeral Mass was celebrated.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Monday, March 27, 2006
PHOTOSHOW TRIBUTE TO CONNIE: To view the show, just click on the link on the right side of the opening page under the Bio information, on the link DIANA'S PHOTOSHOWS. When the photoshow page opens, just click on the icon for Connie's show. This is a long show, so please be patient with the time necessary to open it. I have a much better show that I prepared for Connie for her birthday--with more relevant music, with meaningful lyrics and more pictures, etc. Because of copywright infringment laws, I cannot post that show on this site. If you want a CD copy of that longer show, please contact me.---Beatlesmama
Thursday, March 23, 2006
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