Monday, October 7, 2013


        It had been an interesting last 6 1/2 week since Mommy left us to go to Daddy and our Lord. Her nursing home has turned HER and her Estate (which does not exist) into collection for $930.45. I would have used the last of her funds to pay them however DFAS, VA and Ceridian all took their money back 4 days after she died. Their is no estate and since my POA ended the moment she left this world my attorney assures me I am not financially responsible.
         I have not gone back to the cemetery to see the engravings on the stone. I want to do that alone. I'll bring a yellow rose then  I'll take a picture and post it here.
         The memories have been very gentle lately. My birthday is coming up and the rest of the holidays so I am already missing both parents and the good times.
       I hope those of you in Blog Land are finding moments of peace. My heart and soul hurt for the loss of the goodtimes, The bad times are still locked away in the chest way in the back of my mind.
Take care of yourselves and thanks so much for keeping me in your thoughts and prayers.
          God Bless you all.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Good bye

If this worked you now see the 2 separate obits the one for my Daddy from 2009 and the one from today for Mommy.  They will be buried together in the family plot this Saturday Aug. 24,2013. Peace and together at last. I am numb but it will be over soon. I was Blessed to have had them for as long as I did. The Alzheimer's was in fact horrid but the sweet memories are starting to come forward. I thank the Lord and all the many prayers . Bless you all, Jewels

Daddy's obit

Retired Navy Chief
Edward H. Carey passed
away July 28, 2009, in
Bullhead City, Az. He
was born Feb 1, 1925, in
Los Angeles, California.
There was an intimate ser-
vice on July 31, 2009. He
is survived by his loving
wife Beverly, two daugh-
ters, Jan (Nunez) Ritchie and Lynn and one son
Paul.  There are 7 grandchildren, 12 great grand-
Chief Carey served his country as a radioman
during WWII ending his last tour of duty in
McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. He retired with
24 years of honorable service. Those years in
the military were essential to his civilian career
working for Control Data. He was a pioneer in
the computer software industry until her retired
in 1996.  He and his wife have lived their golden
years in Bullhead, Az.
He once said, “someday these huge computers
will fit on your lap” and he was right. In 2004
the World Wide Web became his way of passing
many hours. Daily emailed letters to friends, fam-
ily and an occasional politician were ways for Ed
to stay in touch with all who knew him. He lived
a life of integrity and always was a man of honor.
All who loved him will miss him.
Edward H. Carey