I did not get to make the funeral. I had to leave for work and for that today I am very sorry I was not there to console all my cousins.
I think about the years when we were children and sat around in the kitchen eating Aunt Maudry's cakes she would make us, drinking fresh milk from cows that were just milked and fighting over who got the cream off the top. We had so much fun in her kitchen.
Some of the things other than Mass and Rosaries that I remember most was that she had a love for people, no matter their stature in life. She never had a bad thing or bad word to say to or about anyone.
I love the legacy she is leaving behind, the way that her Children showed their love for her and toward her. The love that I have seen Uncle Johnny exhibit toward her is absolutely amazing and a blessing to see in this lifetime.
Aunt Maudry, you will be dearly missed. May you look over me while you are in Heaven. Hug Grandma and Grandpa's necks for us, tell Aunt Savia Ann I hope to meet her someday.
I will always love you and always appreciate the beauty you brought into my life.