"da momma", asked "how many showed up today, jonnie dee"? Thirty two, I said to mom. Less than how many would show up for a funeral, but more than who would show up for a Sunday visit.
I sat, smiled and looked around. Is it morbid of me to say that it's better to visit the living and fellowship with one another than after the loved one is departed?
Forgive me for saying, but I just can't help to put this in perspective.
think that this group of 32 were enriched by her humor, witt, stories and joyful attitude.
On a more serious note, I ask for prayers for "da momma" and especially for tomorrow. I
won't share her personal life, because I'm still respectful and scared of her after all these years, but she could use a prayer ot two.
I also thank those who have helped and visited over
the last several days.
What a wonderful blessing it was for me to witness this, for in doing so it has touched my heart. #touchsomeoneshearttoday
Be well, my friends and family, be grateful and reminder the gift of random kindness, much love, jonnie dee