and the next, a star. These past few days have been all about the stone. My mother passed away Friday just a few short days after being diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. She passed quickly and painlessly and my sister was by her side, as were a handful of my mother’s closest friends. All I can manage to do is clean my house . . . control, just knit, control.
August 31, 1946-October 12, 2007
Animal lover extraordinaire
Played the Banjo, Guitar and Harp
One damn funny lady
7 thoughts on “One moment your life is a stone in you,”
Stacey, I am so sorry for your loss. She sounds like an amazing person.
I’m so very sorry. Thinking of you and your precious family.
i love you so much.
I am so sorry to hear your news. I can’t begin to imagine the loss that you are feeling. Please know that I am sending prayers and good wishes to you and your family.
I hope, one day, you will write more about your mom. She looks like an awesome person.
That is such a beautiful and loving tribute. Keeping you in my heart…
Love always, Retha
So so so much love coming to you and your sisters….. Holding you all in my heart….
This is your “one skein” bud — I thought I would lurk a little to see what cool stuff you were doing, but I was so sad to hear about your mom. I lost my mother to lung cancer 3 years ago — it breaks my heart to know your lost your mom the same way. Thinking of you . . .