I am so sorry to read of the loss of your Mother!! If there is comfort let it be that she is no longer in pain or tied to her bed but rather reunited with her husband!! what a touching tribute to her from Jean! Beautifully said and heartfelt...May God Bless you all and may her memory be eternal.
Today I sit at my kitchen counter, not a peep in sight and I await the ring of your bell and it does not ring. So I sigh for a moment, then I remember the good times we shared and I chuckle to myself. Remember when we would eat our breakfast together and watch the Price is Right first, then Catch 21. You did not like that game show much, but you knew I did so you were patient with me and watched and I would catch you looking at me from the corner of your eye as I would yell at the TV and you would say, "See he heard you and he went with your choice." These moments I will cherish. Remember when you would call me just to say hello or ask for water and a cookie. Remember when you became so technologically correct and you would ask me "Did you text Fr Paul to remind him to get Gabby....and my favorite techy verse...."How many hits did you get on Facebook today(AKA"LIKES") Today and forever as I promised you I will pray for you til the end of time. Rest in peace with your husband, and your loved ones and don't forget the promise you made to us. Love you my American Doll.
Alexandra was one of the sweetest and most generous people I have ever known; when I was a young SOYO member, she always welcomed me into her home like an orphaned child on Sundays after church when I would visit with her outstanding sons Paul and Phil. The Baba's have always made me feel like part of the family. May her memory be eternal.
I am missing my dear Godmother Sandy. My deepest sympathies for my God brothers and sisters, and their families. May her Memory be Eternal!