Saying goodbye to a dear friend
Many times I have used Six word Saturday to convey a message. My ‘six words’ are often smiled at indulgently. Poetic license, I call it! This week, there have been more tears than smiles. The image of Christine smiling among the lotus plants is one that I hope to remember (and thanks Madhu for reminding me).
The news of her sudden death has reverberated across the blogging world, and made us reach out to one another and ‘hold hands’. It’s a lovely legacy, isn’t it?
I wanted to share with you Stuart’s comment on my tribute to Christine earlier this week.
This is Stuart.
One day I may be able to tell all about our last amazing day.
I have just spoken with one of our beautiful yoga friends and blasted her with all the details. She said ‘That was a conscious death’.
I can’t quite grasp that yet but maybe someday.
The funeral is next Wednesday at 11 30 our time (at Broulee Chapel and Crematorium).
I have got a plain casket that I am going to paint with red lotuses.
Thank you her beloved blogging friends.
Maybe there is some way we can include you.
One of our clever sons will know.
Toby (middle son) has researched how you can get access to the book which has the first 4 months of her blog in it. She spent a month redoing all the images and text. it is pretty special.
It will appear either on her blog or facebook or both I think.
Thank you so much for your thoughts, prayers, and heartfelt messages.
It really really helps
Love to you all
What a lovely family they are, aren’t they? I had hoped to be online and thinking about Christine at the time of the funeral. Sadly I miscalculated the time and it will be 2.30 Wednesday morning in the UK, so that may not be feasible.
Have a beautiful weekend, my friends. I will be spending time with all of you. And Cate, of course, at Show My Face.