Oh man, yesterday was a really sad day for me as I had to say “goodbye” to a really dear and good friend Jazzy. She passed away suddenly on the evening of the 14th December.
I can’t tell you the shock I felt reading my mail in the morning yesterday and read the mail three times before it sunk in. I mean I had just spoken to Jazzy on her Birthday a few day’s before (11th Dec)!
Jazzy was the first person to comment on my first ever uploaded LO to an online gallery. I knew NOTHING about NOTHING when it came to forums or gallery’s and it was Jazzy’s gently encouragement and help that started our friendship we shared. Jazzy was more than just an online friend to me- she was part of my “group of friends” whom I love dearly and hold close to heart. We chatted on the phone and shared our lives and story’s.
I thank you for letting me share in your wisdom and your life, for giving me insight into what’s important in life, for teaching me patience and showing me that no matter how hard times can get, family,friends and faith are what holds us up.
I thank you for sharing your LOVE with someone you never met , yet made her part of your “family”.
I will miss you Jazzy. Rest in Peace my dear friend.
And I want to take this time to ask you just to add Jazzy’s family to your prayers this Christmas Season. They will be without their daughter, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
And a VERY Blessed Christmas to YOU and YOURS.
Thanks sooo much for hanging in there with me while things were nuts this year. I seem to have found my feet again and have slowly found a routine that works ( so far- lol).
I’m packed and we are ready for our Family holiday – one that I think I will treasure more than others. Being away from my family this year will just seal the deal I think. Wayne is officially on leave as of 15 minutes ago and will be travelling down to meet us! I can’t WAIT! – hee hee, nor can Nathan.
Don’t forget all these Christmas kits are on SALE now at my store at MScraps. (and if you are a newsletter subscriber there is a little EXTRA discount just for you too!)
And some LO’s done with my new Christmas Kit Santa’s little Helpers.
Check out my last post for more stunning inspirations.
And before I leave you till next year – I made the Christmas tree cluster using my Christmas First kit and thought maybe you would find it useful too ;-)
You can grab it HERE.
Stay safe and I hope to pop on before the new year.
Hugs and Loves to all.