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December 05, 2016

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This Guest Book will remain online until 12/30/2016 courtesy of Ellen Myers.
January 6, 2015
Dear Ellen,

My first tribute had to go to your mom, Ms. Peggy, now this is for you. I met you about 14 months ago when you were looking for some help with your mom, at first you were a PITA, but I soon understood why, you were there for your mom 24/7, seven days a week, day in and day out. I know because I took care of my mother who also passed in 2007 and my husband in 2004. At that moment I decided to commit myself in helping you as well as your mom. You,re a tribute to your mom, Ellen, from one mother to another, I'm speaking for her, saying thank you for being such a good daughter. Everywhere we went, to Doctor or Hospital, they would comment of how well Ms. Peggy was being taken care of and I would proudly say, yes, it's her daughter Ellen's doing. Each time Ms Peggy came out of the Hospital they would say, take her home, make her comfortable and let her go, but Ellen and Ms. Peggy had a different agenda, each time Peggy would come home stronger and determined to live, she was quite fighter. Ellen, our Queen may have left the building, but not far from our hearts. May God Bless You Always, Diana
January 6, 2015
As one of Margaret Myers caregivers, I knew her as Ms. Peggy or Peggy Sue as I liked to call her. She was a very strong women who cherished life. Ms. Peggy had no problem communicating what she liked whether it was the food she enjoyed or laughter when we watched frasier or one of our sing along songs. There was only one complaint I witnessed that was her loud ......ow...... when she was given a shot, although I don't know who was louder her or Ellen who also hated to see her mother get a shot. It was my pleasure in helping to take care of her. Nothing gave me more joy than to see Ms. Peggy happy with that big beautiful smile that could light up the world. There will always be a candle burning in my heart because of her. I will leave the light on for you, Peggy Sue, with warm regards & love, always, Diana
January 4, 2015
Hi Ellen
I usually visit with Pat for coffee, etc, on Friday mornings and, yes, I learned of your mother's passing. I am so sorry for you to now have to live in what may seem as an empty world... I also have the same immortal wound as you and, no matter what, I don't want it to go away. Just keep her with you as you go on.
January 4, 2015
Dear Ellen

I am still so sad about your mother's passing. She was such a warm and generous woman. The thing I remember most about her was her fierce love for her daughters! She was forever trying to help one or the other of you girls or delighting in your adventures. I also remember she loved traveling and I am so happy she got to do so much of it. She was most excited about trips with her family. I was blessed to have her as a client for so many years and blessed to know her.

Sincerely,
Karen
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