My journey on earth was blessed. I am at peace.
Each day with you was my heaven.
She lived well and was much loved…and will forever be.
When you meet the eyes of another, don’t look away. Embrace this wonderful life.
Your hand in mine, you smiling back at me…still.
Gone too soon.
Angels by her side.
A father. A brother. A friend.
An everlasting love.
Beloved wife, mother, and grandmother.
There was probably much he would rather have done. But he provided for us first…and always.
Oh how he lived!
You filled our hearts with joy.
Light of our life.
When you remember me, remember laughter. For that is the best of this life.
He had the face of an angel and the heart of a saint.
The song in our hearts.
Until we meet again.
She asked for little and gave much. So easy was she to love.
In everlasting peace.
Too good for this world.
No other like him…and no one better.
Others follow, but he made his own path.
Rest in peace.
Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
She taught us what we could be, what we should be, what we must be.
Weep not, for I have everlasting peace.
Keep me in your memory – and I will always be with you.A teacher. A friend. He showed us the way.
My joy is great. I am with my dogs.
I have fought the good fight, finished my course, and kept the faith.
When you hear the birds sing, I am there.
Time passes. But my memory of you never fades.
Oh, How I would call you back from the angels if I could.We will never know the number of lives you touched. Always giving, making the world a better place. Now rest in peace dear Mother.
I’ve had my day. Don’t let my absence ruin yours.
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