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Sunday, November 23

God Rest Her Soul

Aunt May passed on to her heavenly home this morning at approximately 10:25 am. She is resting peacefully with no more pain, tears or sorrow. May God bless her soul.

I am fine. Aunt May is finally at peace. Her family will gather together in a celebration of her life. I will post more details as arrangements are made.

Thank you to everyone who prayed for a peaceful passing for Aunt May. Your kind words, loving support and friendship is very much appreciated. ~Blessings, Mary~

34 comments:

  1. I'm glad she is at home now and is resting peacefully. I know the coming days will be hard for you all. I'll continue to pray for your family.

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  2. She is at peace now, at last. I too am praying for all of you. Celbrating her life is a wonderful way to remember her!

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  4. That was me and my typos, deleting was the best answer...and start over.

    May the good Lord grant her peace and harmony. And your family's loss forever remain in your hearts with happy and wonderful memories of such a lovely, loving and strong lady that she was.

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  5. I'm glad her suffering is over. I'm also happy you have been there for her through these difficult times. I'll keep you all in my prayers.

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  6. May Peace be with you and yours.
    On a lighter note, I love the new header. It would make a awesome Christmas card. love and prayers

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  7. awww I've been thinking about your Aunt May over the weekend. I'm sorry for your loss Mary but happy that Aunt May is at peace.

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  8. "There is a long and winding road along which each must go,

    It leads beyond the hills of time into the sunset's glow.

    But only for a little while our loved one leaves our sight,

    For just beyond the hills they wait in God's eternal light."

    I don't know who wrote this but I wanted to send it to you and pray our Lord's loving comfort will surround all of May's loved ones at this time.
    God bless all.
    Love-Hugs & Prayers

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  9. I share with you the Joy of your Aunt going Home and is no longer suffering.My condolences on the lose of such a great person.Even though I did not know the lady.I truely know in my heart that she was a great person.

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  10. Mary,

    I had a feeling that she would go home this weekend - she was so lucky to have a loving family with her as she made her final journey. I'm glad that she is finally at peace and I wish her family the best.

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  11. Mary,

    My condolances to the family on this sad occasion. May she rest in peace.

    God bless you all, as you turn to Him for comfort.

    Renie

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  12. She is at peace and happy with Jesus!! I will keep your family in my prayers. (((hug)))

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  13. Dearest Mary,

    I know the relief that you and the family feel now that Aunt May has finally gone Home...she will no longer know pain and suffering. Hold on tight to all the cherished memories you have of her and know that she's now smiling down at her loved ones. xoxo

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  14. It is so difficult when a loved one is ill, suffering, in pain and in need of the peace only death can bring because with that peace also comes a sadness at the loss and a sense of relief at the same time. Opposing emotions, for sure. But I know, you know, her entire family knows too I'm sure that she is in a far better place, transformed through the love of Christ into a new life.
    Peace, my dear friend -to you and your family.

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  15. I'm so sorry about your aunt. A celebration of life is a wonderful thing. She would be happy I'm sure. :)

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  16. Greetings from Juneau, Alaska!
    May you find comfort in all the wonderful memories you shared together. They are priceless jewels. You and your family are in my prayers.

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  17. I'm sorry for your family's loss, but thankful that she isn't suffering anymore. It's so wonderful that she is at peace and so is the family knowing where she is.

    May God bless you and your family.. I will continue to pray for you during this time.

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  18. May GOD bless you and her family and give you the sweet peace only HE can give.

    Love,
    Ann

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  19. The angels are smiling really big, waiting on your dear Aunt Mays arrival. I love you my friend.

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  20. Sorry to hear you lost your Aunt.

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  21. I think of what a glorious Christmas morning she will have as they celebrate the birth of our Lord!! I pray that you and your family have peace and comfort and rest in the days to come. I am sorry for your loss . I know your sweet memories will be a comfort..m..

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  22. Hello dear friend.. I have been busy all day and just checking in .. Time to celebrate her life and rejoice that she is where we want to be...... I know that you sorrow along with her sister and other family but we do not sorrow as others ........ We have faith that life goes on with the Father..... It was a wonderful gift from the Father the time that you were able to spend with her..... such memories for the coming years.......

    Love ya girl and I will be praying for you and your family the next few days...

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  23. Mary, I know its a sad time but what a celebration going on in heaven! Hugs my friend

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  24. I am glad that Aunt May is at peace and home with the Lord. We did the same thing when my mom died -- we celebrated her life rather than mourning her death. There was grief, of course, but the emphasis was on who she was and how she lived and touched us all. It was SUCH a blessing to hear people tell their stories about her. I will continue to pray for you and your family that you will find grace and peace during the times when the missing Aunt May gets to be harder as it all sinks in. God bless you.

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  25. Praying for you and your family.

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  26. Hi Mary, I am wishing you and your family peace and comfort each day, for Aunt May has her peace now in the arms of our Lord!!! My blessings to all of you this day. Baba

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  27. I'm so sorry-but glad her suffering is over. Will continue to remember the rest of you in prayer.

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  28. When these things happen, there is always that mixture of sorrow and yet joy for them if they knew the Lord.
    What a beautiful picture...

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  29. No more pain...my I'm happy that your Aunt May is doing great now!! It is very hard for us as the family but for her just think how great she must be feeling!! WOW!!
    Sandy

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  30. I hope she can meet my FIL up there and have a good laugh or two. He was quite a character.

    I'm so glad she is at peace, and that you are as well.

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