I will not be mentioning the hunter’s name, the lease name, or anyone else involved.
I’m here to show you a magnificent specimen of the Louisiana deer herd.
Juliette had a strong sense of helping others, especially helping ladies with hair styling.
She owned and operated a hairdressing shop and very much enjoyed “shooting the breeze” while hot combing / straightening hair.
She loved to talk and maintained life long friends from her beautician days and continued to welcome people into our home, treating all like a neighbor rather than a stranger.
She was very spirited, whispering words of encouragement, compassion and consolation, despite losing loved ones and battling cancer.
She enjoyed reciting stories of the Barton girls heyday on the basketball and volleyball courts.
She was raised on a farm and carried many of the old traditions learned in her youth into her later years, such as canning figs, gardening, raising chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, and hogs.