Jeanette Myers

1 Condolence

1 Condolence

  1. I lost my Grandma who was my 2nd Mom my best friend and my mentor….I sit here thinking of the events as they go over my mind. I guess I’m glad she did not suffer but I’m angry that I was robbed of time with her. My grandma was the best grandma one could ever hope for she loved everyone that she knew. She never held no ill will to anyone in fact if you picked up the phone to talked to her she would listen then give her two cents and hope you would put that knowledge to good use. I always could come into her room or when I was in Florida I could talk to her on the phone when I was feeling lost..she loved her grandkids and great grandkids she loved my wife and my step kids as if they were her own. Yes it’s hard to let go of the physical aspect and this house will feel empty without her but I’m not sad I’m happy she’s not really gone she’s here and everywhere. I will take the knowledge and wisdom and apply it in my life…but just remember that this is not a goodbye it’s more of I’ll see you later and when I went to her room with Pamela she asked me if I was ok and I just smiled saying she’s with Grandad and everyone. As I said that on the digital picture frame picture on her dressed showed a picture of grandparents together. Goodbye mom I’ll see ya again this is not the end now fly high with your new wings and know that I will make you proud I love you


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