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Our Beautiful Mum...

I have given a lot of thinking time to this post, but as I don't seem to be able to arrange the words in the right order, I'm just typing and letting it flow..

Many of you will have read today's sad post on Mum/Moannie's Blog, for those who have not I am sorry to have to tell you that Mum passed away on Monday evening.

She is at peace and no longer suffering and for that my family and I are grateful. The loss is overwhelming.

Mums blog will remain online indefinitely and if anyone comments or asks a question we will be monitoring it and try our best to respond.

The View from this End is a fitting tribute to Mum's spirit, humour, courage and character and for that reason alone we shall keep it 'live'. Of course for the family it is also a special place where we very much feel she is there.

Thank you also for all the tributes, cards and gifts, we cannot thank you enough.

Much love Mum,
always,
              Saz x


I have been asked about flowers for Mum and of course she loved flowers and they are most welcome; however  she did mention that she wanted us to support Demelza Childrens' Hospices  in her name. It is an East Kent based charity which she supported and admired.

Comments

  1. I love that pic! You could be sisters.
    Take care, hon
    Get some rest
    Love
    ~rick

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    1. Sisters!...Mum was 21 in that pic and I am er well you know..older!! lol

      Thanks love, xx

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  2. Loved your4 Mum and love that pic......,just beautiful.....in body and soul.

    Mybest love to you and the family.

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  3. Your Mum was beautiful inside and out. She will be very missed. Hugs to you, Sara.

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  4. oh saz, i am so sorry to hear of your loss. yes, we all knew it was coming but it still is a hole left that cannot be filled by anyone else. please know i am wishing you and your family all the comfort you need in these days. hugs, love, and may your mum rest in peace.

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  5. I am so sorry. You must feel a terrible gap in your life now. (I know I did when I lost my mum and I miss her to this day.) We will all miss this friendship that we had on line with Moannie. This cyber friendship is unique but I felt I knew her through it. Yes, I will miss it.

    She was very beautiful and you are the spitting image of her.
    Hugs Maggie XXX

    Nuts in May

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  6. Saz, I am so sorry. I saw the title pop up in my blog feed and was almost too afraid to look, as I had a feeling it would be about this. Take one day at a time and get through this awful period of loss. It will get better, but meanwhile know your blogging friends are there for you. So, so sorry. x

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  7. I have read your blog and your Mom's blog from time to time
    always with a smile
    there is never enough time to get to know all the wonderful folks here in blogging land

    I read what Hilary said about your Mom and it seemed so fitting to what I experienced of her

    the photo is a treasure

    hugs to you

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  8. She is so pretty in that picture....and pretty in soul too.

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  9. Sara, I consider myself privileged to know Moannie and you, darling, you.

    She was a rare soul, she had an energy that shone, as do you.

    May you find some peace with your memories of her. In time. Give yourself good time.

    I love you, as I loved your Mum, she was a rare support to me when I felt motherless - Perhaps I love your sweet soul much more, and can I offer you many hugs too? <3

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    1. Thank you all...my cup runneth over..XX

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  10. So sorry, Saz. I know how this is -- lost my own mom to cancer ten years ago. Sending love and hugs, xoxoxo

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  11. So Sorry for you and the family Saz... I can say from personal experience support for Demelza is a fitting tribute - they are fantastic people there.

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  12. Just come from FB. Sorry to be late here but our thoughts are very much with you.
    Sub + BS5
    Xx

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  13. Dear Saz, So very sorry to hear the news of Moanie's passing. xx

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  14. I wish I could give you a hug...

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  15. Dear Saz - I have been away from BlogLand for a while and I am very saddened to learn of the sad loss of one of our dearest friends, Moannie. She was a wonderful lady and I was privileged to know her and always thought of her with great affection. She was very kind to me and to everyone of her friends. I love the photo of her, Saz, absolutely beautiful. I am glad I was able to tell her from viewing previous photos that she was a very beautiful lady and she continued to be very beautiful on the inside right to the very end. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time - she will be greatly missed. Love and hugs ~ Eddie xx

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  16. ((((A hundred thousand heartfelt hugs))) My thoughts are with you and yours, Saz. Your mother was an amazing woman!

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  17. My heart is breaking for you. So very sorry. Moanie was a delight.
    Sending love and prayers to you and your family.
    xo jj

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  18. I've followed your blog in the last few years, and have often been impressed by the wonderful empathy and wise words of your mum as she supported you through everything. I am so sorry you have lost this wonderful person.

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  19. Love and hugs. Thinking of you all.

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  20. I loved and will continue to love Moannie and keep her in my memory, forever.
    Much love to you,
    Merisi

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