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November 25, 2007



Kirsty, I'm sorry to hear about your granny, especially since you were so close to seeing her again. It is a wonderful essay you wrote about her--she sounds like she had a whole bunch of good in her. It was nice to see the photos too--she looks as put-together and with as lovely a smile as you described! I think it will be a wonderful tribute to her for you to adopt one of her remarkable qualities.


Your Granny is lucky to have you as such a wonderful granddaughter! Call if you need to...


That was nice. I'm sorry to hear your news, but I enjoyed the things you said about her. It's great to know people that make you want to be a better person.


Kirsty, I am so sorry about your Granny. I know how sad you must feel. I loved reading all the wonderful things your wrote about her. I am sure the world is a little less light now that she is gone. Thank you for sharing your feelings about her with us.

Thelma Jo

What a beautiful tribute Kirsty. I feel and share your sadness as I too had a very special (last grandparent alive)grandpa who just gave, gave, gave ... and loved life.

My sincere condolences. I can't imagine how hard it must be to grieve from afar ... but know that your Granny knows how much you love her. She knows. If you can hear her, I am guessing she is saying "we mustn't cry now ... I had a good life, a loving family and special people in my life. I have been blessed."



What a wonderful tribute to a wonderful lady. I was saddened to hear of your news and can relate so well with your feelings. I felt the same when my GranGran passed away. Wishing I had done this or that, etc. All we can do is move forward and live life to the fullest from here on out....always letting those who mean the most to us know it.


So sorry to hear about your Granny's passing. She sounds like a wonderful woman -- one to be admired and cherished.

You're in my thoughts....


She sounds like an absolute blessing to everyone who knew her. She will be missed dearly by everyone, I'm sure of it and I never met her. Your devotion to her is so touching...I'm sitting here misty-eyed from reading it. I can empathize with you on the feelings you have, I've had that feeling a few times before when I've been overseas and someone dear to me has passed on. I'm sure she knew how much you loved her and wanted to spend more time with her. She knew.

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