In memory of a lovely lady
It’s hard to post today. My head is full of thoughts, but I don’t want to upset the family or share things that are not mine to share.
My friend Vron was never happier than when she had her family around her. I never knew her as the powerhouse she was, before an aneursym 18 years ago left her partially disabled, but I’ve heard the stories and seen photographs. To me she was a kind and gentle soul, who accepted her situation with grace and without any trace of bitterness, From the moment I stepped into her household, in my capacity as a carer, I was accepted as a member of the family, and she became very special to me.
Vron was surrounded by love. They say you reap what you sew, and that was never truer. Her beloved husband took on the role that she could no longer manage and she put her whole faith and trust in him. She adored her two girls and her son, and the grandchildren, as one rapidly followed the other. All were very precious to her. Brothers and sisters were held close to her heart.
Whenever there was a cause for celebration, this family knew how to celebrate. They put their heart and soul into it. The last time I saw them all together was for a special birthday last November. Family and friends joined them and the laughter and memories flowed. Hard to believe that I will never again join Vron at another family gathering. I know she’ll be there in spirit. Vron, we will always miss your lovely smile. It was a privilege to know you. God bless! Rest in peace.
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