"A grandma is just an antique little girl"...unknown
I am sorry for your loss. I can't even imagine the amount of pain you are in but I am so glad you have the loving support of family and friends. I have only recently begun reading your blog so we don't know each other but I am sending prayers and virtual hugs your way. Mike is proud of you I am sure.
I'm sorry you're having to go through such a sad time, but you're lucky to have friends and family supporting you.
The photo montage of Mike's life is a special touch. Hope you are well and enjoying some time outdoors. I think of you often.
I did enjoy seeing the photos of Mike's life. I do think of you. Take care, dear Olga.
A Navy man!
Your photos are very sad of course, yet beautiful. Life, love, and good memories celebrated. The photo you posted of yourself and Mike several posts back I found to be especially touching. Just a regular old photo of an ordinary couple but extraordinarily in love. That photo broke my heart, but oddly in a good way. For me that photo speaks of optimism. Love like that just can't possibly end. There has to be something more than just this. You will be with Mike again. Thank you for posting the photo of you and Mike, it was simply lovely. God bless you Olga.
Olga, this was a beautiful celebration of Mike's life. He's looking down on you with a smile.
Glad you were surrounded by so many during such an impossible time.
Thank you for sharing.
A wonderful tribute to your Mike who was so obviously loved. Thinking of you. Take care.
A wonderful collection of photos depicting Mike's travels through life. So glad there were so many there to help you in such a painful time. It shows that you both are loved by many. You continue in my thoughts and prayers.
We were very much in love and very happy together. I am glad that came through in pictures.I
Oh, yes. He had a most interesting life journey.
Thinking of you often. The celebration of Mike's life photo were so touching to look at. A beautiful tribute to a beautiful man. (((hugs)))
Beautiful set-up. Obviously, a lot of thought went into the displays. Well done, Olga.
Looks as if it was a beautiful celebration. I know Mike was looking down on it and was smiling.
A rich and full life that so many mementos and photos were needed to share it. Lovely celebration of a live well-lived. May we all be so honored.
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