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|Catherine Cramer||Your mom|
I just read your grandmother's memorial and realized that you said grandson! I apologize for referring to you as your mom's daughter, but my sentiment's remain, she would be very proud to know that she has a child as loving and thoughtful as you come across in your tribute.
|Catherine Cramer||Pamela, your mom|
What a lovely tribute to your mom <3 I lost my mother last year, and although she was not a young woman like your mom, the loss was still something I may never get over. I was lucky to be living with her at the time we found out she was sick, in fact we had been roomies for 7 years. I had moved in with her for a "short time" due to the job situation, and just before I was meant to move away, the employment crash hit again. I can't tell you in retrospect how grateful I am for that, as I would have been over 2,000 miles away when she needed me the most. It was a rough year of chemo treatments, with a nice break of a few months when her hair grew back and she was feeling up to getting out a bit, before the cancer returned. We lost her a week after she started treatment again. During the time she was ill I met my best friend online while doing research on an old building in town (I'm an historian), and in her last few weeks, my friend and I became a couple. A week before she passed she made the comment that his last name would sound wonderful with mine. I had no plans on getting married, I was moving and starting a new life, 2,000 miles away. Well, mom was right. 4 days after what was to be a month-long trip to work on a new job there, I turned my car around and came back to AZ. We were engaged 4 months later, and married just last week. I know mom was watching from above, but it didn't take the sting away of not having her there in the front row. From one daughter to another, I wish you love and peace, and I send you a huge hug. We will always have our memories, and like you, I hear her voice in mine and sometimes swear I see her in other women's faces, which always makes me cry. I know she is up there watching over me just as your dear mother is for you. I send you love and peace.
|Timothy Purnell||The Unseen|
I admire your memorials tremendously for their profound feelings of life and grief. You seek truth about physical death. Although it is out of print you can obtain a used copy of "Ena Twigg: Medium" by Ena Twigg and Ruth Brod on the Internet and it will give you the answer beyond any other book. She was probably the most sensitive and honest Spiritualist medium of the twentieth century. It is my "Bible".
I have had personal experience of the spirit dimension myself.
God bless you!
|Michael||Memorial to your grandmother|
You mentioned that your grandmother was a true writer. My friend, if you're not a writer yourself, then you've missed your calling. The bio of your Grandma Edith is some of the richest, most heartfelt and wonderful reading I've came across in some time. Beautiful words for a beautiful lady. I had a grandmother who could cook like yours did. I remember Sunday afternoon feasts that completely filled an eight foot dining table, and when you sat down to eat everything was plentiful, hot and delicious. The American homemaker is a quickly vanishing lot. They don't make them like our grandmothers anymore.
Added by Michael on Jul 18, 2011 10:50 PM
I read you tribute to your Grandmother. How wonderfull to memorialize her so tenderly.
I felt the same way about my Grampa Clarence. He died in 1973, of cancer. He was my best teacher, my greatest hero, He is still my guardian angel. And I miss him every single day, Still.
I do not think TRUE ANGELS are ever on this earth for very long. We Are blessed, to have them for however long, they can stay.
Bless your heart and hers.
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