Monday, February 28, 2011

Snowdrops

Is there anything more uplifting or reassuring than Snowdrops at the end of winter. I've just laid my Mom to rest on the other side of this wall. She's in good company.

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  1. I am very sorry for your loss. Thank you for the snowdrops/

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  2. Snowdrops are wonderful they arrive when we feel everything is bare and miserable including our hearts. Then give us that spark of hope that life never remains in one permanent state ... after winter comes spring and then summer.
    So sorry for your loss Wally hope you have a safe trip home xx

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  3. I'm so sorry for your loss, but you're completely right about the snowdrops, so I hope they have lifted you.

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  4. The snowdrops are beautiful, I hope you and your dad are bearing up ok.

    Best

    Ali x

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  5. I am sorry to hear about your Mum. The snowdrops are so pretty.

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  6. Thank you everyone. Your comments and thoughts have been a wonderful source of strength to my father and me.

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  7. Hope you're both OK.Safe journey home X

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  8. so many snow drops around this year! and now you will be reminded of your mum every year when the snowdrops bloom... a beautiful tribute... thinking of you... Dom x

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  9. so sorry about your mum........and how wonderful to find these lovely snowdrops in beautiful bloom so close to her, do take care and safe trip home...

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  10. It looks a very peaceful place. I love snowdrops, so simple and delicate. As a child we were given a small bunch of snowdrops from the churchyard to take home to our Mums after Sunday school. They remind me of my Mum too.

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  11. Our snowdrops are now covered in snow as March came in, if not like a lion, then a snow leopard. I'm very sorry to hear about the passing of your mom, but that is very sweet that you will think of her when the snowdrops bloom from now on. Peace to you and your Dad.

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  12. It's lovely to see the first sign of spring and it looks beautiful there.

    Have a safe trip home. I hope your lovely dad is alright. Thinking of you xx

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  13. I am sorry to read about your Mum and yes she'll be in good company, snowdrops are so beautiful always the first sign of the end of winter and such hope after all the dark days. Thinking of you and your family.

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  14. Gosh so sorry. Love to you and your family. Pure white snowdrops are a revelation in the early season, pre the colours arriving.

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  15. I've only just caught up with this. So sorry to hear about your mom. I'm sending love to you and your family. Keep noticing the snowdrops. x

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