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Monday, August 23

A Life Well Lived

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Our dearest Mom passed away August 22nd 

(Thank you, blog friends, for your sweet
thoughts & prayers in her behalf.)

She lived her life with 
strength, love, & humor.

The following poem 
expresses how I feel about her.
(I'm sorry, I don't have the author's name--please let me know if you have that info!)

- Georgia Frost Lunt -
Our Mother always had a way
Of changing the color of a day
From gray to a hue we preferred
Sometimes without a sign or word
She stirred up blue & gold weather
And all the rainbow tints together
But whether the times were dark or fair
The beauty was she was with us to share.


  1. I am so very sorry for your loss. It is within times such as this that people truly need to know someone is listening. Your Dearest Mom was someone I would have admired and been blessed to have known. The poem was perfect. May God Keep His Angels Near to Comfort and Love Your Family Through The Coming Days.

    Hugs of Love,

  2. I'm so sorry to hear about her passing. I'll continue to keep your family in my prayers. You chose a beautiful poem that expresses your love for her so well.

  3. So sorry for your lost. What a beautiful lady hugs to you and your family

  4. Soo very sorry for your loss! What a beautiful lady with a twinkle in her eye!

  5. You have certainly had a tough time saying goodbye to 2 moms recently. I'll be thinking of you!

  6. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. It was through Java's blog that I learned of this type of breast cancer.
    Had no idea.
    I appreciated the info.

    God bless your family.

  7. Wonderful poem and expression of love. She is beautiful. My deepest sympathies and condolences for your loss. We can all learn from how she lived so valiantly.

  8. What a beautiful woman. I'm sorry for your loss. Your poem expresses so much love, and she must has been amazing. I appreciate the information on inflammatory breast cancer. I had forgotten about watching for those "other" symptoms.


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