I wish to thank all our Find A Grave Friends for all there love and support, the beautiful memorials that they place on our family's pages and for taking the time to visit.
*******Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2015****
Sending much love and joy to you and your family.
We lost our beloved dog on 31 Aug 2014. Napoleon It's like losing a child.
We are touched by the Generosity and Great Compassion of our FAG Friends
Saralyn AA Matthew Jenkins
for sponsoring our loved ones Memorials.
I wish to express my thanks and appreciation for the beautiful images you place on my memorials. They are really gorgeous and I admire your lovely icons. They are uplifting and beautiful.
I am very sure that the holy spirits of our loved ones gleam a little bit more everytime they receive our loving thoughts.
~ I WISH TO THANK ALL THE FINDAGRAVE VISITORS WHO PLACE GIFTS ON MY HUSBAND ROBERTO'S GRAVE. ~
I am unable to visit your pages individually to say thank you, but you are precious to me and my family.
Thank you again for coming to visit Roberto. YOur genenrous love and respect touches us in a very real way. We have still not recovered from our loss and our sorrow is deep and lasting. There are good days and there are days when the heart mourns like that first moment.
The one thing which remains with me when I visit the grave of a person, be it in person or via this amazing website is the secrets that go with that person to their grave. Some things we will never know, and we can no longer ask.....every grave holds a thousand unanswered questions. We are left behind by the personal effects of a loved one who has passed on, their material world, however past that, we can only wonder...or imagine, or fabricate explanations. A grave is a mysterious place to visit with it's own fascination. At the same time, it is the one reality after being born, to be dead is a certainty like no other. A life changing certainty for those left behind to look and wonder...what happened...and contemplate for a long long time.
THE BROKEN CHAIN
We little knew that morning that God would call your name, In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone; For part of us went with you the day God called you home.
You left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide; And though we cannot see you, you are always by our side. Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same; But as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again.
If you have a moment please visit our dear friend Pvt Reginald James Pashley, who died at age 20 in the First World War.
We can never forget this brave young man. Forever in our hearts they will remain. A life never lived.
It was pleasure and an honor. I know it seems like I have been missing in action, but school has taken a lot of my time along with work. Glad to here from you down under and I hope that every one is doing well. You should see more of me now on here.
RE: ROBERTO COLAGIACOMO Thank you for the kind note. Summer has hit another gear here. Hitting 100 degrees Fahrenheit on a regular basis now. I hope yours is going well also and that you are enjoying it.