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Record Snowfall Dallas Photograph - On This Winter Day by Shawn Hughes

On This Winter Day is a photograph by Shawn Hughes which was uploaded on May 4th, 2012.

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Thank you Lianne, He was such a special little boy, it's never easy to lose someone you love, he was so pure, so happy. It was a very unexpected, a beam fell on his head while he was playing with other children on a basketball court, he was killed instantly. He was so happy that day, he had made all of his invitations to his 6th Birthday party and had mailed them himself. The sweet part I always remember is about five minutes before the accident, he told both his Mother and Grandmother, "This is the happiest day of my life". It brought many of us comfort to know he was so carefree and so happy. It does remind us indeed how precious everyday is! Thanks for reading about Taylor.

What a touching and beautiful tribute, Shawn - that far too soon to lose anyone. One life lost touches us all - you've reminded us of that. F/V

Thank you Susan, he was an amazing young boy, yes gone too soon, I met him in Jackson Hole, The morning after he passed we had a record breaking snowstorm here in Dallas/Fort Worth, I had no doubt it was from Taylor. He never stopped smiling, he will be forever remembered. Thank you.

What a beautiful way to remember his way too short time on earth. My sympathies go out to all who knew and loved him.