My mother-in-law, Catherine Elizabeth “Peggy” Conley Lewis died on this day in 2005. As I knew her, she was a quiet, soft-spoken peaceful woman who sat and observed and only gave advice when it was asked for. She had a strong will, expressed in a quiet way.
She loved gardening and puttering around the yard. She knew the name of every flower and bloom and she figured she could pull a weed on the Sabbath if she didn’t use a tool.
We miss her quiet sure influence in our lives and wish our children had lived to know her better. Today we remember Peggy.
Advice from Peggy:
Take your time making decisions.
Consider all the angles.
Stay close to good people, whose example will be good for you.