Home at last

Posted: February 5, 2022 in Personal
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Mom went home to be with the Lord yesterday afternoon. We’ll miss her but are so thankful and happy that she’s no longer suffering but is in a body better than that she had on earth and is filled with joy forever. We’ll see her again one day. Thanks for all your prayers during this time. ❤️

  1. So sorry to hear that your mother has passed away. May her memory be a blessing!

  2. restlessjo says:

    Oh, Janet! That took the wind out of my sails. I should have expected it when you mentioned hospice but somehow it’s still a shock. What a beautiful way to say goodbye! As you say, till you are together again. God bless, darlin!

  3. babsje says:

    What a loving tribute of your love for her you have been sharing with us. My condolences to you and all who knew and loved her. Be gentle to yourself for as long as you need.

  4. Prior... says:

    condolences Janet – and perfect photo for this sharing
    💗 💗 💗

  5. peggy says:

    Your mother is in a better place. I know you will miss her. Your words and the picture you posted are a wonderful tribute to your mom. Sorry for your loss Janet/

  6. I’m very sorry for your loss, but understand wanting her to be at peace. Lovely photo.

  7. beth says:

    ❤ so sorry for your loss, and you are right, she has now found peace

  8. Captain Q says:

    Sorry for your loss. Peace be with you.

  9. Gypsytoes says:

    Oh Janet. I am so sorry to hear this. Sending love and comfort.

  10. ledrakenoir says:

    Sends heartfelt condolences for you and your family’s loss.

  11. Dan Antion says:

    I am sorry for your and your family’s loss, Janet.

  12. I’m sorry for your loss, Janet, even if there is much to be grateful for in that she is no longer suffering. It’s a bittersweet moment.

  13. Sue says:

    My condolences, Janet

  14. and im sad that your going through a tough time with the loss im really sorry for your loss and hope your ok

  15. dweezer19 says:

    💔💐I understand. Hugs. .

  16. Aw, Janet. I’m so sorry for your families loss. I hope her memory and the joyous times you had together bring you peace. Sending hugs across the miles. ❤🤗🤗

  17. Oh no … and you’re away visiting for a celebration. No more suffering is a relief. Peace and strength to you and your family.

    • Frank, I think it’s fitting that as her life on earth ends, we celebrate the coming of a new life in the family. To everything there is a season and a time and purpose under heaven. 🥰

  18. Wind Kisses says:

    Continued prayers. Rest well my friend, you have been her greatest blessing.

    You are loved. I will look for your profound reflections…. When you are ready…. Donna ( if you need a coffee and a good cry- I am here).

  19. happyface313 says:

    Dear Janet,
    I’am very sorry for you and your family. But I do believe – like you do, too – that she is in a better place now. I trust your mom will be watching over you from her cloud somewhere above.
    My heart felt condolences to you and a big hug from this side of the world,
    Claudi xo 🙂

    • Vielen dank, Claudia! I can feel that loving hug and greatly appreciate it. As for Mom, she’s happy and healthy now and that brings me great joy. She had a life well lived.

  20. My condolences, Janet.

  21. JT Twissel says:

    So sorry. It sounds like her passing was peaceful and full of love.

  22. Marie says:

    Thinking of you – XXXMarie

  23. scr4pl80 says:

    Oh Janet, our lives continue to parallel, don’t they? I am sharing your sorrow. Big hugs to you and the family.

  24. Hug and prayers Janet. I hope you and your family finds peace and comfort. And what a blessing to know she is happy and full of joy in a better place 🙏

  25. SoyBend says:

    May she rest in peace, Janet. ❤

  26. belocchio says:

    Dear Janet, My heartfelt sympathy to you on the passing of your Mother. My thoughts are with you and your family. Virginia..

  27. Andrew Blair says:

    Rejoice. There is a new saint in heaven. ( St Paul called all the living saints) and now one more has ascended to God.
    Pax et bonum

  28. de Wets Wild says:

    What a wonderful blessing it is to know that your mom is in heaven now, free of pain, suffering, hurt and sadness and re-united with loved ones that went ahead of her and waiting for those she left behind here to join. God bless you all.

  29. So sorry for your loss, Janet. She is now at peace. Big hugs, God bless ❤

  30. Tina Schell says:

    Thinking of you Janet – while we console ourselves when a loved one’s passing is the end of suffering, it is still difficult for those left behind. May your faith sustain you my friend.

  31. Dear Janet,
    There are no words to express how sorry I am for the loss of your special mother. I know she was special because she created the wonderful person that you are. It’s always difficult to endure the loss, no matter how much we think we’re prepared. Sending healing hugs to you and your family. May the memories you have of her keep her forever in your heart ❤️ R.I.P.
    Isadora 🙏🙏🙏

  32. Continued thoughts/prayers during this difficult time.

  33. We never want our loved ones to suffer, so they are released to a better realm… yet when one has doted on a loved one as long as you have your mother, there’s a daily routine that is suddenly altered… sending you strong love as you adjust, though most likely you’re seeing little snippets of your mother in many places, a comfort to your senses.
    love, lisa

    • Thanks, Lisa. I’m completely at peace with her passing because I know she’s in heaven and out of all that caused her pain and suffering. She had a wonderful, long life and we were blessed to be able to be here for the last several years and help so much.

      • I felt the same way with both parents – which I think is our ‘gift’ of doing all we could when they were with us, so there are no regrets. And now they’re on our ‘team’ – extra angels watching over us – and cheering for us. It gives me comfort to know that you are out there sprinkling joy on everyone you meet – and leaving a trail of happy energy!

      • That’s a lovely thing to say, Lisa. Thank you. I’m doing whatever I can now to help my dad.

  34. marianallen says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss! I understand the relief of seeing a loved one released from suffering, but I also know how releasing the suffering one also means losing the active, happy one who came before the suffering. HUGS and more HUGS

  35. Resa says:

    Oh my! Deepest condolences, dear Janet! Loss for words.

    • Thanks, Resa, but you don’t need to feel bad. Mom is in heaven with a perfect and healthy body and we miss her but are happy to know she’s no longer suffering either physically or from frustration at not being able to do much of anything. She was ready to go home.