Former Australian Olympian Lisa Curry has shared a touching way she is paying tribute to her late daughter, Jaimi Curry Kenny.
Jaimi, who was the eldest daughter of Curry and former Ironman Grant Kenny, died from a long-term illness on September 13.
The nature of that illness has not been made public.
On Tuesday, the 58-year-old shared a photo of herself smiling while planting four garden beds, making sure to have flowers blooming all year round.
“Jaimi loved her flowers so we’re building a beautiful garden for her,” Curry wrote to her 96,700 Instagram followers.
“It has 4 garden beds around it, one for each season … so there’ll always be flowers.”
Curry also revealed her husband, Mark Andrew, had constructed the garden box, writing: “My talented hubby is great with a hammer. Thank you.”
The post comes almost three months after the 33-year-old died at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
Last month, Curry also shared a photo of herself and grandson, Flynn, after the pair noticed a “sign” from Jaimi.
She explained that Elsy – the family’s cow – had approached the pair with small white flowers sprinkled over her back.
“The other cows didn’t have any and we’ve never seen it before … Flynn and I said that was Jaimi saying hello,” she added.
“They say you get signs, and I had quite a few in that week… Things that have never happened before and all related to Jaimi.
“Coincidences? …. Or is it real that our loved ones are around?”
Curry said she had a feeling that Jaimi was “around us in some way”, saying she “can’t accept she’s not”.