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Describe the last difficult “goodbye” you said.

My grandmother in law was the most difficult goodbye I’ve been through recently. She was like another mother and a big influence on me. When she passed so many things changed. I wish I could have one more good conversation with her.


Published by Creascreation

Mother of three and wife. Went to school for computer engineering. I am skilled at embroidery, sewing, hairstyling, upholstery, gardening, and landscaping. I started blogging this year. I am from Michigan.

25 thoughts on “Farewell

  1. I converse in my head with my parents and grandparents every day. I hear their voices, remember their phrases of advice, feel their comforting love. It is different but no less profound. Their touch, hugs and kisses , however, are irreplaceable. Sending you love.

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  2. Thank goodness for another strong woman to lift another woman. I am sorry for your loss and grateful you have someone so influential to remember. Share her stories, her wisdom. Your blog is a great place to do it.

    I lost my dad a few months ago. The most amazing man. I live in another part of the country, so I wasn’t there when he passed. A few weeks prior to his passing, I was visiting and that gut feeling told me to say my goodbyes. He couldn’t speak by then, but he did not let go of my hand or looking in my eyes. Like you , I am grateful for his time in my life, but I miss him.

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    1. I’m so sorry for your loss. I can imagine how you felt. It hurts so bad to lose the people you hold so close. It almost like you never really get over it. You just adapt somehow. Thank you for your condolences 💐

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