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October 10, 2017
MAY THE THOUGHT OF KNOWING THAT FAMILY AND FRIENDS SHARE IN YOUR GRIEF BRING YOU A MEASURE OF COMFORT.PLEASE READ PROV 17:17
October 8, 2017
Dear family, it's seldom that I am at a loss for words, but this time I find myself floundering in total devastation. My mind and my heart keeps going back to yesterday, over 65 years ago. Your mom and Sharon were the sweetest little girls there ever were. Always dressed alike, both so sweet and gentle with beautiful blue eyes. They would come every Sunday, after church, to my grandma Links house (whom I lived with) and join the grandparents, Aunt Ruth, myself and lots of times my mom and dad and siblings. Grandma would have baked 2 pies the night before and prepared a meal second to none. We always had to stop at the drugstore after mass and pick up the traditional 1/2 gallon of ice cream to compliment the pies. Once everything was in order, we were all set for a great day. We would play play play. Dress up, hair designs, whatever we could come up with to keep us busy. But always always always so sweet with a beautiful smile. Sometimes I'd get in trouble, being the oldest I felt it was my obligation to always paint their nails, I'm afraid this didn't always sit well with their mom. When dinner time came we were seated at my kiddy table in the utility room. The step down to the room served as a seat for one of us cause there were only two chairs to sit on. Once we got that out of the way it was just a matter of time before we were able to get into the pies. We'd be nice and quietly watch Ed Sullivan on TV. Grandpa controlled the TV and for sure he didn't want to miss a word. But we didn't care, we knew the pies would be coming soon. As time went on my little cousins just seemed to get sweeter and sweeter and closer together in their own relationship, they were pratically inseperable. Your mom seemed to blossom in high school, she was active in band and doing well. I remember the excitement when she was ask to either the prom or homecoming. I was married by then, but Lang and I made sure we were there to get her off on her first date. She was so lovely and excited. Forgive me, I'm just a rambling old woman. All four of you children of Karens are so in my heart and Sharon too. I find great comfort in knowing that the end of her life was spent with her much loved granddaughters, I have no doubt that she treasure and enjoyed the experience. I hope that all of you can find it in your heart to celebrate the beautiful, kind, gentle and loving mom you were blessed with. While her earthly self is no longer here, rest assured you will all live on in her heart forever.
October 5, 2017
God has taken you too soon, Karen. I Love you and will miss you. Fly with the Angels. Till we meet again,. Cousin.