11/20/10

to my mom . . .

 I have no words today . . .

except that I love you and  . . .
will miss you!!!



your daughter . . .  liz


15 comments:

The Little Red Shop said...

I'm praying for you!

Andy's Attic said...

Oh, Liz, what has happened? My thoughts are with you,
Annette

Cat & Cricket said...

priceless.

kimberly Taylor said...

Oh Liz, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and hope to see you soon.
xx

Michelle said...

I'm so very sorry for the loss of your mom.

Rebecca said...

A mother's love-my prayers are with you!

Maison Douce said...

I am so sorry, Liz.... My heart is hurting for you... Sending you a big hug...!!
Isabel

Ormolulu said...

Liz, my heart goes out to you at this difficult time. You have a great love for your mother that you've generously shared on your blog . . . I've appreciated every bit of it. You are blessed, and I'm wishing you more of God's blessings during these painful moments.

xo ~ Debi

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry, Liz. Mike and I are thinking of you and your family. Leah

Glenda said...

Sending thoughts and prayers to you across the miles.
xo
~G~

JustJoan said...

Thinking of you Liz. My heart goes out to you. Love, Joan

Queen of Tarte said...

Thinking of you and your lovely family....sending you love and good wishes. xoxo Cindy

Barn House said...

Hi Liz...we are really sorry to hear about your loss. We are sending much love and support your way.

J & J

Bee & Mason said...

xoxoxo Liz.M thoughts are with you.
Francisca

Cathy Woolley said...

I just learned last night of your mother's passing. I'm so sorry! This morning, thanks to Tami Despain, I found your wonderful blog. It's so nice to read your words and learn of your current interests. Since you update your blog regularly, I thought I'd contact you here. Your mom was a magnificent, funny, creative, and open-hearted woman. Her passing saddens me deeply. I understand logically that Alzheimer's had robbed her of quality of life and so her passing is a blessing in some ways. However, your mom symbolizes for me the constancy and strength of my childhood neighborhood, and so I keep bursting into tears that she--and it--are gone.

I would love to connect more with you. What is the best way to do that? I love you and miss you.