A Louisville mother is making sure her daughter’s business sees the light of day despite her not being here to witness it.Recently, most days for Kieana Lee consist of making key chains.”I’m going to do purple. She loved purple but her favorite color was blue,” she said.It’s the continuation of a business started by her 17-year-old daughter Arianna Henderson called Glamourous Goddess. It was a venture she didn’t expect to finish on her own. She says her daughter was also mature beyond her years.”Her going forth in life and becoming a successful young lady, I felt like that was amazing,” Lee told WLKY.On the night of Nov. 7, LMPD detectives said Henderson was shot near Kahlert and West Southern Heights Avenue. As she was taken to the hospital, Lee says what she remembers most while at work was seeing several missed calls.”My youngest son ended up picking up and calling me on FaceTime and said, ‘Mama, Arianna got shot,'” she said.Henderson died at the hospital. For her mother, dealing with the pain of the past two-plus months has been a reoccurring nightmare.”I didn’t have any drive to do anything and I was losing me,” said Lee.That’s until a few weeks ago when the supplies she and her daughter purchased together were sitting on the table. She believes her daughter’s spirit helped save her life.”I’m just absolutely astounded that I’m doing this because I could be in somebody’s institute right now,” Lee told WLKY.While she’s a few weeks from having her website finished and business cards printed, she admits she doesn’t care if she makes a dime. For Lee, her daughter’s business is a lesson in seeing things through and finding peace.Police haven’t made an arrest in her death. If you have any information, call LMPD at 574-LMPD. You can remain anonymous.For more information, you can contact Kieana at Lee33kieana2002@gmail.com.

A Louisville mother is making sure her daughter’s business sees the light of day despite her not being here to witness it.

Recently, most days for Kieana Lee consist of making key chains.

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“I’m going to do purple. She loved purple but her favorite color was blue,” she said.

It’s the continuation of a business started by her 17-year-old daughter Arianna Henderson called Glamourous Goddess. It was a venture she didn’t expect to finish on her own. She says her daughter was also mature beyond her years.

“Her going forth in life and becoming a successful young lady, I felt like that was amazing,” Lee told WLKY.

On the night of Nov. 7, LMPD detectives said Henderson was shot near Kahlert and West Southern Heights Avenue. As she was taken to the hospital, Lee says what she remembers most while at work was seeing several missed calls.

“My youngest son ended up picking up and calling me on FaceTime and said, ‘Mama, Arianna got shot,'” she said.

Henderson died at the hospital. For her mother, dealing with the pain of the past two-plus months has been a reoccurring nightmare.

“I didn’t have any drive to do anything and I was losing me,” said Lee.

That’s until a few weeks ago when the supplies she and her daughter purchased together were sitting on the table. She believes her daughter’s spirit helped save her life.

“I’m just absolutely astounded that I’m doing this because I could be in somebody’s institute right now,” Lee told WLKY.

While she’s a few weeks from having her website finished and business cards printed, she admits she doesn’t care if she makes a dime. For Lee, her daughter’s business is a lesson in seeing things through and finding peace.

Police haven’t made an arrest in her death. If you have any information, call LMPD at 574-LMPD. You can remain anonymous.

For more information, you can contact Kieana at Lee33kieana2002@gmail.com.

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