Day 39: Nancy Stutesman Inspires Me

Nancy Stutesman never climbed the Seven Summits or cured the blind. What she did do was work full time and attend school full time while raising two tiny girls…

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  1. Selina Said,

    February 14, 2010 @ 2:47 pm

    What a wonderful tribute to your mom! I love the blog and wish you success for all of your resolutions! Sorry the Girl Scout Cookies are messing with the “Eat right” part. Selina.

  2. Karen Ramirez Said,

    February 15, 2010 @ 8:00 am

    Thank you Selina. Actually, they didn’t for once. That is a major accomplishment for me, believe me. So I should thank you guys. I would buy girl scout cookies from your cuties ANY TIME! Besides, I’m not the only sweet tooth in the house! Todd LOVED them.

  3. Mandy Said,

    February 15, 2010 @ 10:19 am

    Karen,

    I am so sorry you lost your mom so young. I don’t think there is anything that prepares you for the pain of losing a parent. It has been 6 years this month since I lost my dad and there are still days that it seems like it just happened.

    Your mom was wonderful! I have so many happy memories growing up at your house. Your mom was always so kind:)

  4. Karen Ramirez Said,

    February 16, 2010 @ 8:14 am

    Mandy, I never heard about your dad. I am so sorry to hear that. Yes I know what you mean. I cannot believe it was that long ago. I still think of her every day.

    I have many memories of having so much fun over at your place too. :)

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