Condolences to the family and friends.
May the good Lord keep you in His tender mercies.....
Christ my heart goes out to you and your family. I prayer you all rest in our Lord's arms and know that he has everything under control. Lynne In OZ PS Enjoy your sewing bee,I would join you in a flash if I lived up your way. Lynne on the far Sth Coast
My sympathy to the family. Alzheimer is a nasty thing to go thru for the person who has it and their family. My prayers and blessings for her family.
I am always saddened to hear of a Cutie passing. Seventy three is too young IMHO, but Alzheimer is a devastating illness, for not only the patient, but the whole family. My condolences to Brian and Gail, the family as a whole.
Hi Toogie, thanks for commenting. Yes, it's a dreadful disease and I know first hand with my Dad and my brother in law at the moment. God bless you, love Chris
My mom too Chris.
Thank you Chris. It's always sad to lose one of our Cute buddies. Linda, save us a place at the sewing bee up there.
Hi Jerrilyn, thanks for that. Won't it be a fun time with all of us at that sewing bee? Love Chris
thank you for this post, hope she will have a peaceful rest now.....
Hi Gerry, yes, me too. Love Chris
The last message I wrote to my friend Linda says it all for me.....
"To my dearest and most treasured friend, wherever you may be today, know that you are in my heart, my thoughts and my prayers, and I hope that you & your family enjoy the special bounty of God (& Santa 😊) on this most blessed Christmas day. Hugs n love me & Ray"
Her simple reply, quite unusual for Linda, just said: "Thanks Meganne" and she disappeared from my life.
I thought she was just having more computer problems or had lost her internet connection and I didn't have her new address in Alabama, or know any of her family to follow it up.
Now I know the rest of her story and it saddens me terribly, but this is what happens, so often, with our dear friends who live thousands of miles away, but are still loved so very much because they touch the deepest cords in our soul.
The precious friendship, the heartfelt caring, the trusted sharing of life stories and deepest feelings is a cherished bond we make with another person, though miles away, who we may never ever meet, but it doesn't end with death, for true friendship is eternal.
We will mourn, we will grieve but we will never forget.
Go with God my friend Linda, Bebe and Patty will be waiting for their Mama at the Rainbow Bridge, along with all the other four legged babies you rescued, and this time you too, will be able to run free with them. I will miss you now, even more, but I know you will finally be happy. God Bless
So beautifully written Meg. Love Chris
Thought a lot of Linda. I had neglected her of late and this makes me sad. No matter what our troubles we should never forget those we hold dear. Thank you Chris and Meg I loved her also I weep with you and Brian.
So lovely to hear from you Miss Lillian. I pray for you daily and I hope you are keeping well and safe. Love Chris
Thank you, Chris, for sharing. Such sad news - love and prayers to her family. Hugs, Laura
Thanks Laura, I knew I could count on you and the others on here to comment. God bless, love Chris
Thank you Chris. Sad news.
Hi Angie, yes and in my opinion too young! Love Chris
Thank you to you and Meg for catching us all up on this sad occasion. My prayers for comfort for her loving family. Her son, Brian sounds like a wonderful caring man.
Thanks Karen, I'm glad that we can do this for our friends. Love Chris
Thank you for letting us know Linda died... We will remember her in our prayers ..
Hi Suzanne, thanks for praying for her and her family. Love Chris
Thanks Chris for letting us know that Linda has died. Many of us older members will remember her well.
I thought us 'oldies' would remember her. I can't believe there have so many gone missing. Once upon a time there used to be dozens of comments on one's posts, but these days it's usually the same people. Love Chris