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For Nana...


Today's post is dedicated to my darling Nana who passed away last week.


If tears could build a stairway,

And memories a lane,

I’d walk right up to heaven

And bring you home again.



All my love, Leeann x



p.s. Merci to my dear friend Kees, for the fabulous photo.

Comments

  1. Leeann, I'm so sorry to hear about your Nana. At times like this you must feel very far from home.
    Sending warm thoughts your way.
    Amanda xx

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  2. i am sorry for your loss.
    big hug

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  3. Sorry about Nana. I hope she had a good life. x

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  4. Oh my, I'm really sorry to hear that. You are in my thoughts.

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  5. Very sorry to hear about the loss of your Nana..thinking of you Colette ~ Afrique du Sud

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  6. I am so sorry for your loss.
    Image Nana is still there, watching over you and loving you still, you just can't see her.
    besitos,
    C

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  7. Your Nana has "graduated" to another level...she has gone on and will be waiting for members of her family to join her when it's time. There will be a reunion. In the meantime, may time and memories be your friends during your grieving period.

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  8. Oh Leeann i am so so sorry. My granny died when i was 4 and i have always felt that i have missed out on having that special person in my life. She, and her memories will always be with you..love Amanda x

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  9. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could see them just one more time.... well and happy?
    Hope there are lots of good memories.
    Take care.

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  10. I'm so sorry for your loss. You take care x

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  11. Oh Leeann, this post made me cry. It is something I know I will be going through one of these days and I dread it~
    Love to you my friend,
    xx

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