a little sentimental

we just celebrated all souls day, a catholic feast day remembering and honoring our dearly departed.

there is not a day that i don’t think of my own but i guess i’m being a little sentimental of late, thinking more and more of them now that major holidays are upon us.  my dearest mom would have been 93 had she not passed a week before christmas day many years ago.



my parents and my brother have gone back home to our Creator.  but i believe they are ever present in our lives.  i summon their spirits both in good and in bad times, cherishing fond memories and upholding the legacies they left behind.  as one priest said, our dearly beloved who have gone home before us don’t leave.  they stay connected with us.  it is up to us, the living, if we want the connection or not.


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18 Responses to a little sentimental

  1. restlessjo says:

    I think that’s very true, hon. Such a lovely happy photo of your Mom 🙂

  2. Amy says:

    The don’t leave … So true! Beautiful photo of your mother.

  3. prior2001 says:

    Beautiful mood to your sentimental thoughts – and your momma’s photo is so nice – she was gorgeous ❤️

  4. Sue Slaght says:

    A wonderful sentiment Lola. Your Mom was so very beautiful. Thank you for sharing this with us. Sending hugs across the miles.

  5. arlene says:

    Lovely shot of your mom. Yes, we do remember and remember them with love and fondness.

  6. Laura says:

    Beautiful post.

  7. Your dear Mom was such a beauty. Thanks so much for sharing your precious photo and positive thoughts. xx

  8. mukhamani says:

    As long as we remember them, our near and dear ones are alive. Regards.

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