- April 1, 1933 - July 16, 2012
- Maumelle, Arkansas
of Jeannine's Passing
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Memories & Candles
Mommy - Ray Price's "For the Good Times" is playing and I'm wondering if Grama and Grampa dance to it. It used to make her so sad to hear it after he passed away. Tell her I'm thinking about her.
Please find Tim today and tell him that Jeff and Erin and Cody and I toasted him while celebrating our upcoming vacation. We'd give anything to have him along with us. Tell him we love him and while he's on the
Posted by: Gayle Anne May 30, 2013
I'm 60 WOW so you become 80 WOW, even if you're in heaven. I had a magnum of Brut and would have loved to pour you a few and take a Brut Nap again.
Flower is missing her Mumsie...
I love you.
I love you, too.
See you in the morning.
I love you more than Mobius Chips BAHAHAHA
Posted by: Flower May 28, 2013
I miss you Mumsie. If you were here, we'd be packing up to head to OH for Jerry and Linda's wedding. I have too much time on my hands now. Other than day to day drudgery, time without you fills my time. I miss the hustle and bustle of going places. When I think of all the places we've been, the things we've seen, and the adventures we've had, I want MORE!
The Magic Bottle remains untouched...
Can't you get a weekend pass or something?!
I love you Mumsie Adele.
xoxo Flower Anne xoxo
Posted by: Flower Anne May 23, 2013
This one is for Grama and you both...I'm smiling (to myself unfortunately) because today is Grama's 105th birthday. Remember how in the past few years we would joke that "even if Grama WERE alive she'd be dead!" and we'd laugh and raise our Brut glasses to toast her.
I can still hear her talking about the Dom and saying, "is it supposed to taste like this" and we'd all laugh because none of us had ever tasted it and didn't
Posted by: Gayle Anne Gordoni May 17, 2013
My first Mother's Day without my Mother - lonely. Everyone was as sweet and thoughtful as always, but I was mad. I couldn't stop the feeling even though I knew it was childish. So many people have lost their Mothers just like me, but I decided to be mad at all of those who still HAVE their Mothers and don't even appreciate them.
I still owe you that Mother's Day dinner at Golden Corral. Do you mind taking a rain check?
Posted by: Baby Girl May 13, 2013
Mumsie - I never thought I'd have to go through ANY of my life without you. Statistically, we both knew that would have been rare, but I hoped anyway.
So many things are happening and I hope you're getting the news up there. The house finally sold (at a loss, but sold nonetheless). I'll be moving to Conway mid-June and Dad and Boo will have a Roomie until the new house is built.
I have been feeling like I can't get a
Posted by: Baby Girl May 07, 2013
Mommy - so many people in our family promised to come back to see us and you promised, too. So where ARE you? I'm afraid you're having so much fun that you've forgotten me (whine, whine). I KNOW you haven't forgotten me, but it'd be great if we (the people left behind) knew the rules. Are you not allowed? Are you not high enough in the ranks to send emails?! LOL
Watch over me, ok? Today's Dad's 75 WOW Birthday. We
Posted by: Baby Girl Apr 29, 2013
I haven't talked to you in forever it seems. Have you found George yet? His trip upstairs was on 4/16. When you see him, give him a hug and tell him I can't wait to eat lamb chops with him when my time comes.
Have you been watching over Dad? He's doing so well and says he thanks you every single day for the life he lives because of you. Along those lines, he's on a bus trip to Choctaw to
Posted by: Flower Apr 22, 2013
Mommy - I'm sitting here at work, singing "Animal Crackers in My Soup" with Shirley Temple. I loved when you and I would sing goofy songs and laugh at each other until we were crying.
"I make 'em jump right through a hoop, those animal crackers in my soup". Missing on you Misser. xoxo xoxo
Posted by: Baby Girl Apr 10, 2013
Yesterday, I went to Lake Conway and took a nap in my bed. The bedroom's not the same, nor is the bed, but the memories are the same. What a perfect time we had napping together. It seems that being there and napping relieves the lonelieness and sadness. I feel you in the house.
Today, I have to say a word so it doesn't fade away and get forgotten...the word is p'tay. Only Grama and you and I used that
Posted by: Flower Anne Apr 08, 2013