MY BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. PLEASE STOP BY AND GIVE HER A VISIT. MARY JO ROSS Our family chain is broken & nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again. Can't wait to see my mommy again!
Please visit my sweet baby girl (cat) Lettie and my new addition of my baby boy Miklo
Please visit: 5 lil ones who haven't had many visitors
My name is Amy and Im 39 years old (110615) I enjoy cemetaries and remembering our loved ones. I live in San Diego and am newly single. I found this site years ago while looking for Marilyn Monroes grave, in which I went to visit. Then of course I added my mom and the rest is history. Ive been here since. When Im gone, I hope I will be remembered.
RE: Prince--How are you doing with this one? Thanks for your reply about Prince. I was very curious how you were taking it. A friend of mine went to see, "Purple Rain" at the movie theater's recently. He said, "People clapped after every song." I may go tonight. I miss you, Amy Wolfe, and think of you often. I know you adored MJ. So did I. I go to his gravesite every holiday and take photos. Send me your email address and I will send you the photos from his fans. Really interesting photos. Hugs,
Alice Eggers Ashworth Thank you for leaving a loving message on Alice Eggers Ashworth's page. My great grandparents had hard lives and it will be great to meet them someday. And I didn't realize who Murl (on the headstone) was. I now know she was daughter of Burl & Alice who preceded them in death at the age of 14. I will have to get the photo and information posted for her.Thank you again.
Shannon Dear Amy Thank you to your post in Shannon Wilsey memorial. Be sure that there was a very nice person behind the character. A nice and dreamer person some times the dream was so strong... Never confuse Shannon with Savannah but love both.
Amy I was very touched by the token you left for Robin Williams today. Robin had terminal Lewy body dementia and Parkinson's disease at the end of his life, and it's now believed that his psychosis was what drove him to suicide. As sad as I still am about the latter, I can't blame him for it as he was too ill to work or do much for others anymore and likely would not have survived more than another 3 years due to the rapid progression of LBD.