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November-09-14
Thinking of you Charity, Love and Miss you xxoo
November-09-14
Rest peacefully, my friend. You are always in our thoughts and hearts.
November-08-14
I will always remember you sweetheart
November-08-14
November-06-14
As we near the anniversary of your passing I'm reminded of this poem Char: "Do not stand at my grave & weep. I am not there. I am in the winds that blow, the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush, I am the swift uplifting rush of birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry. I am not there. I did not die.
We know your lovely spirits are always with us and we will attempt to do you and Mom proud. Love, Carol.
October-20-14
I was asked to speak at Charity's Celebration of Life. Charity's mother Joy asked me to share my words in this guest book and it is my please to do so.
"While on vacation to Veradero Cuba in 1989, my husband Keith and I met Joy and Charity. We were out for a walk in the resort where we were staying. Joy and Chairty were walking beside us and I asked Joy "how are you enjoying your holiday so far"? She replied, "it's a nice place but we're not too happy with our room. There seems to be somthing wrong with the electrical wiring, the lamp doesn't work, it's dark and there's no ocean view". I told her to put in a complaint and they would probably change her room to a nicer one. When I saw Joy the next day she told me her new accomodations were so much nicer. That day we rented scooters with a group of people and a tour guide from the resort. We went into the Town of Veradero. We had alot of fun on those scooters and finished the day with the group going to a pizza restaurant for dinner. We all met the following day for a one day trip by bus to the ocean where went went snorkelling, followed by a trip to an underground cave where we did some more snorkelling and later a bbq dinner in a village nearby. While sharing in all of this fun with Joy and Charity we found out alot more about them. They lived in Scarborough and so did we. Charity was the same age as our youngest daughter and Joy had a Honda Goldwing motorcycle and so did Keith. Joy's friend George lived one block east of Woodbine Ave, South of Gerrard and I grew up one block west of Woodbine Ave, south of Gerrard. Joy and I used to get together for lunch at Whimpey's and a few times her mom Thora would join us. When Thora passed away, I know how difficult that was for her daughters, Charity and all of her family. Thora was a lovely lady and I know Charity was very fond of her Grandmother. I remember when we all got off the plane from our Cuba trip, Thora was there to meet Joy & Charity. She had such a sweet face and I knew right then this was a friendship that was going to continue. Keith and I were invited to Stump Lake several times to shre in the annual family get together. Charity would greet me with a hug and it was always nice to see her. There would be horseshoes, pontoon boat rides, good food, conversation and Charity with her water balloons!! I captured her in a photo, in a moment of contemplation, waiting for someone to come to the back of the house where she THOUGHT she was hiding. Little did she know that her cousin Lisa was caming around the corner with the hose!! I think Lisa won that water fight. I looked up the meaning of Charity's name and it read "Benevolent", which means "of a kind nature, willing to do good" and that was Charity. When Joy asked me if I would like to say something today about Charity, I felt very honoured. Thank you Joy, Charity, George and family for your friendship and happy memories." RIP beautiful girl, you will always be remembered. xo
August-25-14
Dearest Charity & Mom, Your loving presence was truly missed but, thank-you for such a beautiful Sat., you really came through for us.
August-15-14
July-31-14
Love you always sweetheart!
July-24-14

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