Deja Vu

We lost Sue’s mother yesterday, a beloved grandmother to my husband, to my daughter, and to me.

All of our recent sorrow wells up fresh and takes on a new burden.

We’re flying back to Minnesota. We know all too well the list of tasks awaiting us. We had our orientation only a year ago. We should be mourning, but we’re on autopilot.

Once I have time to gather my thoughts, I’ll write more. In the meantime, please send us positive thoughts, dear readers.

Love,
Angela

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6 thoughts on “Deja Vu

  1. I was fortunate enough to see Shirley last week, give her a hug, tell her I loved her and visit a short time. She, like her daughter Sue, was so special. I’m happy she had little or no suffering at the end. I don’t think any of us could bear seeing her go through what Sue had at the end. We will miss you Shirley!

  2. We all felt like Shirley was our mother too, for we knew she cared about us and loved us like her own. She will be dearly missed.
    Barb

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