Sunday, October 31, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Halloween "Musical" Parade

My Dear Ladies
Oh how much i love you
Joy and her wonderful ideas, colaberated with Dolores to have the neighborhood children do a little marching musical parade in costume. Very much needed! Dolores does daycare and with all the sadness around here lately,she does'nt want the children to feel it. So with Joy nudging her along, and at the last minute together we pulled it off. Wa~La fun!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Our Beloved Family Friend...

Celestino “Tino” Bernal

Everyday you watched over my children

Everyday you were a friend

Everyday they knew when you were home

Just your presence made them want to go outside.With or without there little friends around. You & Dolores are what made them feel safe.

Your smile was welcomed Everyday.....and I'm so going to miss that. I'm going to miss your kitchen light turning on at 3:00 am and your truck warming up by 4:30am. For it to arrive back home around 7:30/8:30am for breakfast,knowing that if they saw you one of the little ones would want to go eat too.Your Trash Truck drives away and the kids say "Tino went back to work". 3:30-4:00 would role around just about the time the kids get fussy or bored,low an behold you and Danny would pull in with you trucks that the kids could hear a block or two away. They also knew the sound if one was being bad...Dolores or I would say comes Tinos truck {they were good by the time you pulled up}.Sitting in the front yard talking for hours,eating corn from the corn man. Planning Holidays & Birthdays. Having you scold me when Fall & Winter slowly crept up on us and one of the kids wasn't properly dressed. Always telling me to cover Cody's ears. crying I'll write the rest later........DAMN!!

We Love you....and we all miss you!

Celestino “Tino” Bernal passed away on 10/11/2010. he was 58 years old and was born in Cotulla, Texas.
He worked for the City of Hemet as a Refuse Driver for 10 years and for Waste Management for 18 years.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Dolores “Loli” Bernal; daughter, Elena; son, Eleutero; son-in-law, Roman; grandchildren, Loreal, Malani and Kamea; mother, Christina Perez; brothers, Willie Sr., Ramon, Marcial, Larry; sisters, Sylvia, Maria, Yolanda and Eva; nephews, nieces and cousins.
Preceded in death by father, Antonio Bernal Sr. and brother, Antonio Bernal, Jr.