Foster was passing by an antique store in her town of Grand Junction, Colo., when she was stopped cold in her tracks: There, right in the store window, was a photo her own mother on her wedding day in 1948. Foster, whose mother had died four years earlier, went inside the antique store, A Robins Nest, and couldnt believe her eyes. But there it was: a series of framed photos of her mother on her wedding day that had been missing for years. To say I was shocked, stunned, near paralyzed is an understatement, Foster told KKCO News . I actually screamed out loud. I just kept blinking and looking again, like, Can that be? Of course, it can be. It was my mom. But that wasnt all. We had the ladys wedding dress , A Robins Nest co-owner Shane Allerheiligen, told KKCO News.

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