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Diane Ditto
Diane Ditto
Hi Vivian - I've been thinking about you a lot lately and pray for you daily.  I recently lost my brother, he was 50, and he had been with his wife for 35 years; married for 27 of those.  She is really struggling, as we all are, and I've been thinking back on how you initially dealt with the passing of David.  You are truly blessed to have such caring prayer warriors in your corner.  Sometimes I think that's the only thing that gets us through times like this.  Take care Vivian and know that you are still in my daily prayers. 
Cris Hercliff
Cris - CSN
Vivian,
I want you to know you are still very much thought about. Life can be such a difficult thing. But, it's what we do with it that makes it better. I think you are finding that as difficult of a journey you have just gone through, you have a lot of strength to get through life. David taught you strength and you're using it now. It may not always be what we had planned, but we must treasure those memories from our journey and take them with us through life. Peace and Love to you girl!
Carolyn Henderson
Carolyn Henderson
Just a footnote~~~April 23 would have been 48 years of marriage for me and my children's Dad...I took a bouquet of flowers up to his burial plot, only about 1/2 mile from my home..it's a beautiful spot, out in the country, and old German Reform Church there, now closed....I didn't have a marker per se, but a huge boulder wit a name plate. My point is 47 years later, I still grieve for my first love, the Daddy of my 2 children. But, I have a new life now and a quite happy, but I will never forget!

Blessings to you on this, your 1st  anniversary, it will get easier..
kim geary
kim geary
Hey Vivian... You are definitely still on our minds and in our prayers. I hesitate sometimes because I want to say just the right thing but often can't come up with something I feel that is meaningful. You are right, though... Often just the thought and saying something at all is just what you might need. I still think of you and David often and check this site frequently. I make sure and keep the folks at church mindful of you by keeping you in the bulletin each week and your address on the wall so they can drop you a card. I am still amazed every time I check in here at the still growing number of visitors. Many are grieving your loss with you. I am sure there are folks that would welcome the opportunity to share some coffee and stories of David or come by and cut the grass or whatever...if you have any specific needs or requests, let me know and I will be happy to make those known to the church family.
Peace...
Diane Ditto
Diane Ditto
Hi Vivian - I've been thinking about you a lot lately and pray for you daily.  I recently lost my brother, he was 50, and he had been with his wife for 35 years; married for 27 of those.  She is really struggling, as we all are, and I've been thinking back on how you initially dealt with the passing of David.  You are truly blessed to have such caring prayer warriors in your corner.  Sometimes I think that's the only thing that gets us through times like this.  Take care Vivian and know that you are still in my daily prayers. 
Cris Hercliff
Cris - CSN
Vivian,
I want you to know you are still very much thought about. Life can be such a difficult thing. But, it's what we do with it that makes it better. I think you are finding that as difficult of a journey you have just gone through, you have a lot of strength to get through life. David taught you strength and you're using it now. It may not always be what we had planned, but we must treasure those memories from our journey and take them with us through life. Peace and Love to you girl!
Carolyn Henderson
Carolyn Henderson
Just a footnote~~~April 23 would have been 48 years of marriage for me and my children's Dad...I took a bouquet of flowers up to his burial plot, only about 1/2 mile from my home..it's a beautiful spot, out in the country, and old German Reform Church there, now closed....I didn't have a marker per se, but a huge boulder wit a name plate. My point is 47 years later, I still grieve for my first love, the Daddy of my 2 children. But, I have a new life now and a quite happy, but I will never forget!

Blessings to you on this, your 1st  anniversary, it will get easier..
kim geary
kim geary
Hey Vivian... You are definitely still on our minds and in our prayers. I hesitate sometimes because I want to say just the right thing but often can't come up with something I feel that is meaningful. You are right, though... Often just the thought and saying something at all is just what you might need. I still think of you and David often and check this site frequently. I make sure and keep the folks at church mindful of you by keeping you in the bulletin each week and your address on the wall so they can drop you a card. I am still amazed every time I check in here at the still growing number of visitors. Many are grieving your loss with you. I am sure there are folks that would welcome the opportunity to share some coffee and stories of David or come by and cut the grass or whatever...if you have any specific needs or requests, let me know and I will be happy to make those known to the church family.
Peace...
Diane Ditto
Diane Ditto
Hi Vivian - I've been thinking about you a lot lately and pray for you daily.  I recently lost my brother, he was 50, and he had been with his wife for 35 years; married for 27 of those.  She is really struggling, as we all are, and I've been thinking back on how you initially dealt with the passing of David.  You are truly blessed to have such caring prayer warriors in your corner.  Sometimes I think that's the only thing that gets us through times like this.  Take care Vivian and know that you are still in my daily prayers. 
Cris Hercliff
Cris - CSN
Vivian,
I want you to know you are still very much thought about. Life can be such a difficult thing. But, it's what we do with it that makes it better. I think you are finding that as difficult of a journey you have just gone through, you have a lot of strength to get through life. David taught you strength and you're using it now. It may not always be what we had planned, but we must treasure those memories from our journey and take them with us through life. Peace and Love to you girl!
Carolyn Henderson
Carolyn Henderson
Just a footnote~~~April 23 would have been 48 years of marriage for me and my children's Dad...I took a bouquet of flowers up to his burial plot, only about 1/2 mile from my home..it's a beautiful spot, out in the country, and old German Reform Church there, now closed....I didn't have a marker per se, but a huge boulder wit a name plate. My point is 47 years later, I still grieve for my first love, the Daddy of my 2 children. But, I have a new life now and a quite happy, but I will never forget!

Blessings to you on this, your 1st  anniversary, it will get easier..
kim geary
kim geary
Hey Vivian... You are definitely still on our minds and in our prayers. I hesitate sometimes because I want to say just the right thing but often can't come up with something I feel that is meaningful. You are right, though... Often just the thought and saying something at all is just what you might need. I still think of you and David often and check this site frequently. I make sure and keep the folks at church mindful of you by keeping you in the bulletin each week and your address on the wall so they can drop you a card. I am still amazed every time I check in here at the still growing number of visitors. Many are grieving your loss with you. I am sure there are folks that would welcome the opportunity to share some coffee and stories of David or come by and cut the grass or whatever...if you have any specific needs or requests, let me know and I will be happy to make those known to the church family.
Peace...