Such a look, though. It feels as though she deserves to be remembered. I'm sure she would want to be.
So, in a couple of weeks I'm going to meet with some creative people to talk about her story, to see what insights we can glean, and perhaps to devise some kind of fiber art piece as a memorial. I've never done anything like this with a group before (mostly I'm a hermit)--but I've had these photos in the back of my mind for a long time and they won't go away.
When I first went to see her, I was told, "She's very vain." I'm hoping we can come up with better things to say about her.