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Sunday, September 8, 2019

Saying Goodbye


As those of you who are my long time blogging pals know Mrs. T. (Barb) is in Cottage wood memory care and now under Heartland Hospice authority a private business for Medicare.  She is safe, comfortable and quietly waiting to meet our son ted again who is with God. Our youngest son Tony who teaches High school science in Arizona, flew up to say goodbye to his mom several days ago.  We are now just waiting  sharing  reminescences, laughter and tears.

Ray

15 comments:

  1. My thoughts are with you and your family. May Barb and Ted once again be together in love and joy. She will never be alone.

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  2. Oh,Ray...I am very sorry to hear this news. May she leave this earth in peace. Know that I am praying for you all.

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  3. My heart goes out to you and your beloved. We all must make peace with the loss of our loved ones.

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  4. Sending comforting thoughts to you good blogger buddy, and to Mrs. T and the family.

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  5. I've been thinking of you through several recent posts, wondering how she was. I'm so sorry it has reached this point. Take care.

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  6. So very sorry to hear this. Take comfort in knowing she will be with your son and that you had a wonderful life together.

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  7. I am so very sorry to hear this. I am reminded of your kind and generous comments as I was dealing with good-byes. Thinking of you and keeping your family in prayer.

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  8. It's a tough time when you lose somebody . My best to you at this sad time.

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  9. Yes, take care. May you wait in peace.

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  10. There are no words to describe my feelings on reading this news. I give you many prayers to help you through this very difficult time.

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  11. My heart hurts for you and yours right now. I am ever so grateful though that you have your son with you. Lean on eachother.

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  12. I’m so sorry to hear this news. I am glad you have family with you to share these moments. Sending my love and wishing you “the peace that passes understanding” as you go through these last days.

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  13. So sorry. I am thankful to have known Mrs T through your blog. May your good memories comfort you during this time...I am so glad Tony is there with you Sending you a hug today perhaps that will help in some small way :(

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  14. Hi Ray - these are such precious moments ... and you'll appreciate them later on - I know I did with my Ma ... it's just tough, yet positive ... so all the very best to you - with thoughts ... Hilary

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  15. Oh dear. How hard for you. I hope for as good a transition as possible.

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