2012 will be the year for Ovarian Cancer awareness in my world as I’ll be running the Chicago Marathon (10/7/12)and raising funds for OCRF in memory of my late mother Mrs. Phyllis J. O’Leary.
An always smiling, beautiful woman inside and out, my mother has been terribly missed since her passing on August 5, 2000. Raised in Medfield, Mass. and married for 29 years to retired US Army Major Arthur J. O’Leary Jr of Boston, Mass., my mother dedicated her life to providing for her family, loving those near to her and expressing herself creatively through her passion for music and interior design.
This photo is a personal favorite, taken in 1976 in Seoul, Korea where we lived for a year while my father was active in the US Army.
Last updated on: 01/04/2012
It’s a pleasure to find such rationality in an answer. Weolcme to the debate.
Krystal Krystal – 01/23/2012
Now I’m like, well duh! Truly tahnkufl for your help.
Nephi Nephi – 01/24/2012
Wow she’s awesome! That was such a great video Blisstree! I can copmeltely identify with her about feeling better mentally/emotionally by staying active and working out.
messi messi – 07/27/2012