|cindy axcell (#46942199)|
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We have four sons. Robert was our first born son.he died from testicular cancer. Thank you so much for the tokens for my son and family. HI i lost my my sweet mally if you could send her some kind words and some tokens. thank you Please do not copy my photos to ancestry.com without giving credit if you can not or will not credit do not use them.|
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|Andrea Harriman Caldwell||Eugena Anderson|
I have sent you info at your gmail address. Would you please link my grandmother to her family. Thank you. Andrea
|Terry Goodwin||RE: big thank you|
You are certainly welcome, it is always a privilege to honor a request such as yours.
Angel day thank you, Matthew Clark
Grief is itself a medicine. - William Cowper
If I would have read this 12 years ago, I would have spit on the ground and screamed, are you crazy? In 12 years I have had a lot of medicine.
A medicine is a remedy, a remedy is therapy, that relieves pain, cures disease, or corrects a disorder.
So if you believe William, I have been suffering with a disorder and my medicine or remedy is grief. Seriously, grief spans out in front of our lives like a highway in the desert. It goes off into the sunset only to return with the dawn.
Just as you are about to except grief, the medicine of grief returns to be another almost road block in life. I have no idea where I am going with this. I know there is something to communicate here but I just can't find the words.
Maybe it's the Mary Poppins version of "just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down." You have been my spoon full of sugar on my fathers Angel Day.
You made it better and bearable and once again I was not alone on these tragic memorable days but you were all here with me. Thank you for the sugar and the willingness to be a part of today.
Added by Diane ღ on Nov 16, 2011 10:21 PM
First I want to apologise for the delay in sending this message, life has been very busy.
I want to THANK you for the visits and the lovely tokens you so thoughtfully gave to my dear sister Mars,
Your kindness in remembering her is very greatly appreciated,
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Sep 23, 2011 1:07 PM
FYI, We added headstones for Francis and Wilma Rich.
|Brenda Lee||Thank you|
Thank you for your visits to my family... It is so kind of you and very much appreciated...
|KATRINA SHEA||kassel smit|
thank you for stopping by kassels memorial!! he was such an amazing young man!
take care and thank you always
|Angela Pifer||thank you|
Hell-o my new friend,
Thank you for leaving a token on my brother's first angel day... you are very kind and I appreciate it
|barbara pisano||Thank you from the Pisano's|
Thank you so much for thinking of Nicky and our family during this truly difficult month.We miss him so much and our hearts are broken.Thank God for people like you who lessen the pain.Love and God Bless to you and your family.XXOO
Thank you so much Cindy for stopping by and leaving a token for my nephew Johnny who just recently passed away...Sharon (Kimberly'smom)
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