• amyjo

      Just wait . . . in addition to playing the violin, she also played the drums! Most of us just found that out! But can you stand?!

  1. Wow, what a beautiful homage to her. It's a strange thing to have special people pass from this world, I always contemplate later about them and consider how I knew them, what my memories are, if they were real or simply a play on my imagination. Death is an interesting experience for those of us left behind.
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    • amyjo

      Thanks, Gabe.

      Yeah, we were talking how death can tend to shine a person a bit. But really, gram was pretty amazing. Her faith, her grace in growing old. When she got her pace maker she was all excited because she was the \’bionic woman!\’ 🙂

  2. Eileen Davis

    Sounds like your Grama was a Proverbs 31woman! So glad you had her in your life on earth and will join her again one day! Praying for you and your Mom at this difficult time.

    • amyjo

      Thanks, Eileen. She truly was a Proverbs 31 woman. She will be missed–but so looking forward to seeing her again.

  3. doretta

    What a wonderful Aunt Helen she was. You were so blessed with truly wonderful grandparents. Your cousin Guy and I loved them. They were special people.

      • Deanna Williams

        I love that picture and know just where you are standing. It doesn't seem the same reunion without her and Aunt Mary there. Loe to you all

  4. Lynton

    Your dad sent this to us at Sustainable Star. It was very touching. I was tremendously blessed by your words. May God bless and keep you and your family during this time and may you be a blessing to others as your grandma was.

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