Dell Marie, Vic and Family
It is with mixed feeling that I write this letter. Death is sad, but also rewarding for a saint.
Your Mom, Mae was a good woman, as her friend Larry would have said, a proper champion.
I knew that she loved her family and her God as evidenced in her life.
She has gone to be with her Saviour, preparing a place for us who one day will see Him face to face.
I look at life, probably a little different than most, some would say slightly off the wall most of the time.
But one thing I believe with all my heart is that Christ is with us always, from our pre-birth to our leaving the land of the dying to the eternal land of the living.
I view life as a sleep over, where we invite Jesus the Christ to stay with us and He does. Sometimes for many years and sometimes much shorter. It seems as one gets weaker in sickness, there comes a time when Jesus simply says to us,"hey why don't you stay over at my house,we're closer to my house than yours."
It is at this time that we say death rings its resounding bell, when really it is the doorbell of heaven with Christ announcing to Abba Father "Hey Dad its me and Mae can she stay over tonight?"
Lovingly Abba Father says "no problem" and the next day Mae asks if she can stay cause she loves being there so much.
Your amazing Mom and Grandma, Mae, probably misses you all, but in her new home, not nearly as much as you and yours miss her.
I am certain that if she had any last thing to say to you it would be simply,
Looking forward to you being here.
Chris and Garry