Season 4, Episode 407: Theresa Sue Seabaugh Memorial Episode

This Special Episode is a Memorial to my sister, Theresa Sue (Neeley) Seabaugh, as well as an inside look at her life from those who knew and loved her dearly. In it, you will hear pieces taken from the funeral services, as well as casual stories being shared at family gatherings.

Theresa Seabaugh Memorial

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2 thoughts on “Season 4, Episode 407: Theresa Sue Seabaugh Memorial Episode

  1. When I was younger, I remember Aunt Terry telling me all these old native American stories. While I don’t remember the whole story, the one that always stuck with me was about butterflies and moths. After creation, the butterflies were so in love with their colors that when asked, they refused to share them with the rest of the world. The moths, however, were the ones who were willing to give up their colors so that everything else could experience them. I remember that everytime I see a moth (which is usually inside a building), and since that story gave me a soft spot for them, I always make sure that it gets back outside safely. Stories like that, I believe, played a big part in my love and/or caring for all creatures.