I hope it’s a good one

Our morning call often started with a few lines from a song.  Yesterday it might have been “Let it snow, let it snow!”  Monday could have been, “Oh the weather outside is frightful!”

Today, it was this song on my playlist that started my day.

She loved her family, the children, her dogs, gardens, DSC_2613life.  While sleigh bells ring, snow glistens for some, the mood of the holidays may be quite different for others who have recently lost someone dear.   Still it is time to look beyond the pain or discontent,  finding joy with those around us,  and keeping close the memories of those we’ve lost.Andrea & I

My friend, I will miss you forever.

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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6 Responses to I hope it’s a good one

  1. Marcia says:

    Sorry for your loss. ;(


  2. Jody says:

    the heart never losses what it owns. and you and A owned each other.


  3. Joene Hendry says:

    A favorite line from Tuesdays with Morrie, that i’ve kept close whenever faced with the loss of a dear one: Death ends a life, not a relationship. My thoughts are with you.


  4. Anita Rivera says:

    It is so difficult to remember them, those we love forever. It hurts, and even when we taste of the foods they prepared during the holidays, take a whiff of a perfume an aunt wore, or hold a gift a parent gave, it hurts. Dearest Jayne, may her memory spark JOY in you this season and always! And thank you kindly for visiting today, and I do hope you come back for more, to listen to the song. It’s my favorite. LOVE! Anita


  5. Vera says:

    As the memories fill your heart with love during this holiday season I hope your greatest gift will be peace.


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