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June 14, 2007



Julie thank you for sharing the touching last moments with your mother. You are so sweet and a lovely daughter any mother would be proud to call daughter. Your moment with the eyebrows is a touching incident that symbolizes something much more. It is a picture of two hearts bound with love,trust,respect,tenderness that lives in a sweet place in our memories after we lose a loved one.


Julie, here is is almost four years later, and I just read this post. I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm sure you still miss your mom so much.

I wanted to tell you that I gleaned two things from it. First of all it was so sweet of you to see your mom as low maintenance. I hope that someday I can be a low maintenance, high loving mom as well. And secondly, you were a very loving and caring daughter. It sounds as though you were both blessed by each other.

You such a special memory to hold on to.

God bless you and your family,


Julie - I stumbled across your blog quite by accident. Its a great story. I remember visiting Aunt Mary and she did always look very classy - simple but polished.


Julie I am so sorry for your loss. But your story here was so sweet it touched my heart. It's so perfect that you were able to have that special moment with your mom before she passed. What a wonderful memory to take with you always! Thank you for sharing this special story with all of us.

Lauri Jon

Julie, so sorry to hear of your loss. Loosing a mother is difficult. Mine passed in 2003. Four days before her death I was able to bring a little comfort by scratching her back, one of my mother's favorite things. These small little gifts make all the difference.

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