Sunday, April 10, 2011
Sunday Synopsis: April 10, 2011
In the last couple of weeks, I traveled back to my home town to attend my Grandfather's funeral services. It was a very difficult weekend (even beyond the lost luggage and delayed flights!), but it felt so good to be with family and surrounded by so much support and familiar friendly faces. I am still in shock at the number of people in attendance at the services (it was literally hundreds!) and the number of cards my family has received. It brings me to tears every time that I read how this wonderful man inspired and encouraged so many people throughout his lifetime. I cannot be more proud to be his granddaughter! Now the healing begins and we all work to get back to the "normal" life . . . whatever that may be!
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He sounds like a wonderful man and will live on in your family's memories.
Healing is an ongoing quest! Smile, Smile, Smile.
Tif, best wishes for the difficult journey ahead for you and your family.ReplyDelete
Peaceful Reader . . . Thank you so much for your comments! I will keep on smiling!ReplyDelete
Tracy . . . Thank you!
I'm glad that you're back and hope that things are quieter for a while. And I'm sure that your grandfather was also very proud of you!ReplyDelete
Kristen M. . . . Thank you so much! Now I just need to get my act together on the blog again! :)ReplyDelete
Glad that you are back, and that you were surrounded by loving family during this difficult time. I know it really helped me cope to know my grandmother was so respected and loved. Sending hugs your way!ReplyDelete
Alexia561 . . . Thank you so much! It has definitely helped to have so much love surrounding me, even from all my online friends!ReplyDelete