Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Goodbye Nana

Nana gave up the fight for breath last night with all her seven children around (most of whom thought she was on the mend and were there to cheer her on/up) last night. Here's a wonderful picture of her with R when she was 2 months old. I have a framed copy on our picture shelves but the glass is broken, I better go fix that soon!

She was concerned about making Hazel a new Night Before Christmas recorded book because I somehow got hers to go threw the washer! Mom reassured her the girls could share and maybe my dads parents, just pop-pop or my parents can do the recording. I know she loved the girls and it was her good friend is who H's name was inspired by (not exactly named after her). Remind me to tell you that story!
Two of my aunts, me, R and Nana, mom
I really hope I can make it to the wake and can celebrate and remember her with my family next week.

11 comments:

a good yarn said...

My deepest sympathies on the passing or your dear Nana. Ann.

Thearica said...

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Katie said...

I am so sorry about your grandma.

---"Love" said...

Always remember the good times with your Nana. That generational picture will become even more precious to you as time passes. ---"Love"

Marsha said...

I'm sorry to hear your Nana has passed away. I'm glad you have the pictures and lots of good memories of her.

Marsha

canuckquilter said...

I am so sorry for your loss. -Joanne

Christine said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers are with you and your family ~ Christine

Beth said...

So sorry about the loss of your Nana.
My thoughts are with you and your family.
Beth

Myra said...

Sorry for you family's loss Lisa... May the good Lord see you all through this difficult time...

bcquilter said...

Sorry to hear about your Nana. I hope you are able to join your family, seems to me there are lots of good memories.

-Alice

seventhsister26 said...

My thoughts are with you and your family. Take care and know that she is well where she is now.
Peace, Kathleen