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Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 06:35

Three months have nearly passed since my hubby finished his journey in life. Today would have been his 64th birthday and I, our children and the grandchildren must remember the good times whilst attending the final placement of his ashes in the Woodland Garden of Rememberance.

Loved in Life, Greatly missed. Taken too early but forever in our hearts. Jules and family

 

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 09:01 in response to jules54

Good morning Jules,

I and a lot of other people on here will be thinking of you today.

Take care, best wishes to you and your family, Brian.

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 09:24 in response to jules54

Good morning, Jules,

Thinking of you and your family today and sending love and hugs to you all.

Jo xxxx

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 14:16 in response to Meerkat@65

Thinking of you and yours today.

Sending big hugs

Kathy x

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 17:32 in response to jules54

Dear Jules ...... you and your family are in my thoughts today - and always x

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 18:08 in response to jules54

Hi Jules,

Thinking of you today and sending love to you and your family.

Nav x

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 19:51 in response to jules54

Dear Jules,  I had already posted on your other thread before seeing this one.  I really hope that today went as well as it could.  I know you must be going through so many emotions, I hope you can find strength from your lovely family and know that your forum buddies are thinking of you.  Hope x

Re: Hubby's birthday

2 Apr 2015 22:29 in response to jules54

Hi Jules.

Thinking of you and your family.

Love and huggs to you all.

Dave

Re: Hubby's birthday

3 Apr 2015 08:02 in response to DaveJ

Hi everyone,

Your kind words are so much appreciated, thank you all - my virtual family of forum buddies brought a warmth to my heart when I returned home yesterday.  Hubby now at one with the  natural surroundings he enjoyed, sheltered by the arms of an enormous evergreen fir tree. A peaceful place for reflection for us all.

Jules xx