Tuesday, October 18, 2005


Image hosted by Photobucket.comI apologize for the abrupt halt in postings. Writing my mother's obituary, truly the most horrible duty I've ever had to undertake, has quelled my desire to write for a while. I promise to return soon.

Sorry to hear about your loss. I've been there, 23 years ago, only I didn't write my mother's obituary, but a eulogy. People kept asking me for copies. It was eerie.

You take care of yourself.
I'm so sorry. I heard right after. I hope you and your family heal and process and heal some more. Many good wishes from Austin,
(Rae's friend)
I'm so, so sorry!!!
I'm so sorry.
Dear C.


I can only imagine how difficult it was to write that obituary.

When you feel up to writing other stuff again, we'll still be here.

My prayers are with you and your family.

Most Dear Foxy of Our Many Hearts,
Your mother must be very proud to have raised such a delightful daughter. Write more about her, put up more photos of her. We will love it as we cyber-love you.

You're in our prayers here in the Big D. Not an easy time. Our family rule: If you feel like crying, cry. If you feel like laughing, it won't be irreverent. Your mama is still 'around' and will probably be quite relieved to see a smile on your precious face.

So sorry for your loss, dear one.
the Editor
My sympathies. My mother lost her mother, and my best friend (a librarian in Denton TX) lost hers.
Sincere sympathy, Foxy. It's a tough time, I'll think of you.
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