Thursday, March 6, 2014

News

I mentioned  in January that my older brother was terminally ill.  Since that time he went to live with his daughter in upstate New York.

Sadly he died yesterday a month short of his 82nd birthday.  I say sadly, but there comes a time when letting a loved one go is what is best. 

I will miss my big brother.  Now that both my oder brother and sister have gone I feel like I've lost a second set of parents.

I'll start posting again in few days.

As always, thanks for stopping by.............*s*

P.S.  Bob's favorite past time was taking big band cruises and ball room dancing.  Keep on dancing, big brother!

16 comments:

  1. Suzi, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today, sending warm hugs your way......xo

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  2. Oh Suzi so sorry........ been a haul this winter. We have had so many move along on their journey these sleeping months of cold, feeling a little abandoned but oddly centered. Peaceful whispers of light and love to you.......

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  3. so sorry for your loss, Suzi, my thoughts are with you

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  4. No matter how expected, it is still difficult. You are in my thoughts.

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  5. I am so very sorry. Losing a sibling is so darn hard. My thoughts and prayers to you and his family.

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  6. So sorry to hear of your loss Suzi. Sending loving thoughts to you and your family and big hug as well.

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  7. Virtual hugs, wishes that this loss will soon heal in your heart...and a quiet reminder to be gentle with yourself as you adjust to this.

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  8. I bet he is dancing with some of the best.
    Hugs- and good memories... 82 is amazing.

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  9. Suzi so sorry for your loss. It doesn't matter how old or how ill -- we are never ready to let our loved ones go. Hope all the good memories let you smile through your grief -- hugs to you.

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  10. Dearest Suzi,
    Oh dear, you all were realistic enough for knowing this was to expect any time soon and as you sad, letting a loved one that is terminally ill go is best. No more suffering and he's at peace now and indeed may he be dancing to his Big Bands forever!
    We never know what lies ahead for each one of us but having had such comfort and support from your elder brother and sister was a joy.
    Wishing you and your loved ones a lot of strength for the coming days and beyond.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  11. Kind thoughts to you Suzi. Hugs, P

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  12. Dear Suzi,

    So sorry to hear of your sad news, always so difficult, but comforting to know that he is now free from pain and at rest.
    Sending hugs and my thoughts are with you and your family.
    Carolyn

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  13. So sorry to hear the sad news. It sounds that he had had a long lovely life.

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