Kiara gets plenty of loving from Brian, Daddy, and Sean.
These older photos are among my favorites.
Kiara and classmates confirmed as members of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church
Kiara is sister Carolyn's flower girl.
Kiara enjoyed ice cream parlors with her younger sister, Lorraine.
Friendly Gatlinburg, TN parrots!
Mommy and Kiara
"Princess Kiara" with Uncle Al, Daddy, and brother Brian
Brother Joma and Mommy
Picnic lunch in Rotary Park, Clarksville
March 4, 2017, at Austin Peay State University
Family and friends gather on 8/13/17 in tribute to our dearly beloved Kiara.
Kiara enjoys visiting a farm with Brian and Daddy.
Vacationing on Grand Bahama Island
This is Kiara's last photo. She did face painting at a church's Easter egg hunt, we later had a family dinner at El Bracero, and she and I watched a movie at home. We said the Lord's Prayer and kissed goodnight, never thinking of an ending of her life here with us.
Kiara's studious side, last summer at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Delaney is a relatively new, and loyal, friend of Kiara.
Lorraine and Kiara, at a dance recital in June of 2011. Kiara started dancing at Natalie's Dance Network in 2005, shortly after we moved to Clarksville, TN, and Lorraine started two years later.
Kiara loves to dance.
Lorraine and Kiara
Kiara is pleased with her new piercings.
The 2014 father/daughter annual purity ball, back when Kiara was an eleven-year-old sixth grader
Kiara enjoys healthy food.
Kiara, Mommy, and Lorraine
Kiara and Lorraine in Chicago
Kiara and Lorraine, Easter morning, 2014
Kiara's beautiful piano playing always added to our pleasure. These were indeed happy times.
Kiara and Lorraine at a Pow Wow
Kiara with her confirmation class
Kiara received a math pin for 1st place from her school in Tennessee's 11th annual math competition at APSU in April of 2014. She also got a math/statistics pencil and a pi bracelet.
Sweet memories of Kiara abound throughout our house. She drew this when she was 6, and I was with her when her art teacher gave her an award, and told her she was the best artist in the school. I was, and remain, proud of Kiara. Had she lived on here on Earth, she could have become a very happy and famous artist. I so long to again be with Kiara.