This beautiful woman is near and dear to my heart, my Great Aunt Bonnie., and probably even more so after this past year. In December we lost her sister, my Great Aunt Rita, to a massive heart attack. She was too young and it was very sudden. It has really hit our family hard, especially after losing another one of their sisters, my Great Aunt Edwina who lived in Oregon, just two weeks prior to her death. All of these women are women who I have looked up to my whole life and I have treasured the relationships that I held with each of them. So, it makes it even more special to me that she asked me to take some photographs of her for an upcoming Ministry Retreat she will be speaking at in May at Fort Peck. If anyone knows my Great Aunt's, knows that they are all women of God, and that they diligently seek to do God's work. My Aunt Bonnie runs Manna Basket Ministries here in Helena and does outreaches several times a year and tries to go on at least one International Mission trip a year. Her last trip was to Nepal in November last year. I really admire what she is doing and the peace that she has about traveling over seas. I hope one day to be able to travel with her and carry out the good work she is doing for God. I wish her the best as she goes out to Eastern Montana this month to reach out to Native Americans on the Reservation at Fort Peck. All of our reservations need prayer and support and I know it is near and dear to her heart, as our family is members of the Little Shell Tribe, here in Montana. Make sure you go check out Manna Basket Ministries Facebook page to see more of what she is doing!