Someone please tell me why this is one of my most favorite family pictures? Why?
Maybe it was because six much-loved siblings were together, and we enjoy each other's company. Besides, we were taught laughter by two dear people, one whose passing was being observed on that day.
We laughed because crying wasn't on the menu - and besides we had just sung "Home On the Range" in the chapel.
And to have Whitey Hopkin, who never stood on correctness in his life, commented that he had never heard "Home on the Range" sung at a funeral. There is a first for everything, right?
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