Fond Farewell

One of our beloved cast of characters on this blog has gone home to be with the Lord this week. Following the publication of Saturday’s edition, postings on this blog will be suspended for a time.



34 thoughts on “Fond Farewell

  1. Your sweet momma left you with an eternal heritage and many lasting and happy memories. You are very fortunate to have had her these many years. So glad you and Jan were able to visit recently and enjoy her in good health, what a blessing that she did not suffer through a lengthy illness. To you, my special friend, Jan, Jean and Mark, my heartfelt sadness for your loss.


  2. Marian – I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and yours. My mother used to say: ““With time it doesn’t hurt less, it hurst less often.” I have found that to be true in my life, I hope you find it to be true in your life as well.


  3. Marian I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I offer you my deepest sympathy and hope in time that the happy memories you shared will remain a comfort in your heart. ❤


    1. I need to hear that: “Take all the time you need . . . .” My priorities have changed to accommodate my family fully right now. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, Georgette.


  4. I’m so sorry, Marian. I hope her passing was gentle. From what I know of your family, I know you were and will remain surrounded by love.


    1. Yes, Elaine. She was driving her car, writing checks, and keeping up with her house until a week or so before her passing. Actually, she had only one hard day before her passing. Your thoughts are appreciated so very much!


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