Personal Farewells

Friends, pardon me for not posting for a while.

This year has been tough for me, I have lost three people who were very close to me.

The first was my brother-in-law, Jack. (January) He was a wonderful poet, writer, photographer and such a funny, kind man. I’m so thankful he was part of our family.

The second was my friend Mary,(June) who was one of the busiest people I ever knew. Always active in school events and supporting animal shelters. She sang in two choirs, and well as an excellent chef. Her sense of humor would leave us laughing for hours.

And most recently, my oldest brother Michael, (this past week) who would have been 75 this coming Sunday. He was a sculptor, artist, and writer, with a wicked dry sense of humor. He was a loving brother all of us and devoted single father of five daughters, 11 grand-kids, and 2 great grand-kids, the loves of his life. He even wrote a funny fan fiction, Major Toad which was his own take on Mr. Toad’s adventures after “The Wind and The Willows”.

I will miss these three beautiful people so much, but I am so thankful they were in my life. I take joy in all the love and happiness love they brought to my life and the lives of all their friends and family. They will never be forgotten, and always a part of my heart.

Rest in Sweet Peace Jack, Mary, and Mike ❤ ❤ ❤

3 responses to “Personal Farewells

  1. Connie Kiefer

    sorry for your losses. Far too many

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  2. Kid Charlemagne

    May they all rest in peace.

    “Death makes angels of us all and gives us wings where we had shoulders smooth as ravens’ claws” — James Douglas Morrison

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