remembering my mum and devoted grandmother who passed on in December 2018. Her light shines on through her love and warmth. Much loved and missed by all
In remembrance of my brilliant, supportive, complicated Daddy. He completed suicide in 2012 and I miss him.
You would chat with strangers like you were lifelong friends, your warmth and sense of humour made each moment special. My heart smiles when I think of you dear Kit. xxx
I always remember how kind you were to me as a child and how much you loved being on the island in the summer. Those are special memories I'll hold forever.
In rememberance of my grandmother - although we never met in life, your paintings that adorn my walls connect me with you everyday. From you, I inherit my love of Maine & the sea, art and the quiet joy of being part of the Society of Friends. Thank You.
Remembering my beautiful, courageous, kind and talented grandmother. You are never too far away, especially when I am cooking or baking or in a beautiful garden. Thank you for teaching me so much. xxxx
Since his passing in 2013, I've found my fathers writing a way to reconcile our relationship in life. He wrote this a few years before his death. 'The beauty and the gradeur of the endless extent of the stars in the night sky cannot be described by words...The knowledge of our own finite existence is made easier to accept by the infinity of space. The poet Sarah Williams says it best in the line 'We have loved the stars to fondly to be fearful of the night'
Always loved. Always remembered, dear friend.