So sorry to see her go. I am sure she is in a better place now. I always looked up to her when we were getting the train to St Peters, at the North Rahway Station. She was a great roll model and inspiration to me when I was an under classmate . She was so nice and fun and witty and very popular. She will be greatly missed.
I wrote this poem for a friend of mine who lost her mother. It is to be read as if the person who died was saying it.
By Joan Shuster
I've lived my life the best I could
But now my time has come
My body has grown old and weak
My thoughts sometimes are numb
I know the people all around
are sad I am this way
But I am glad that I will go
It could be any day
When my time comes don't weep for me
My pain will cease to be
I'll enter into heavens door
And happiness I'll see
So don't be sad when I do go
Be happy that I'm free
of all the pain that I have had
Just send a smile to me
I'm sleepy now so I must go
I'll enter the sublime
There I'll find peace within my soul
because I know it's time.
Prayers for the family.
Dear Liz, The passing of our dearly loved is always a heartfelt time. The passing of a parent remains in our hearts forever. Our Moms' gentle touch, sweet gestures, caring & encouraging words are our strengths, our supports as we continue life's journey without her. She is with you always. Our prayers for you & your family. Sincerely Arlene “Reni” Brown-Roscelli & husband Richard
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
So sorry to hear about Anne's passing. She was a wonderful woman and lots of fun! Very faithful in any of her commitments at church! We miss you, Annie! My deepest sympathy to her family.