Phyllis Morgan

13 Condolences

13 Condolences

  1. My grandma was such an amazing woman, who loved her family so much! Feisty and spunky, and just down right awesome. As an adult she became the one person in this world I could tell anything to! She held all my secrets in her heart and never told a soul. She was the very first person to know about my pregnancy with this little boy I am about to deliver, and kept it for weeks until I was ready to tell the rest of the family… She was so excited that she was going to have a great grandson! I think that’s what hurts the most….that I couldn’t give her that moment before she passed to hold him in her arms and kiss his little face… It’s all so surreal, and the pain in my heart is devastating. I will miss her so terribly much! Taken from this world way too young…she had only just turned 79… This pain is unbearable… But I cling to the hope that she is in heaven right now. Dancing with her sweetheart that she has missed so badly these past 30+ years…no longer in pain, no longer bed ridden from bad legs and knees… But young, and beautiful, and free!!! I miss you so much already grandma and I love you to the moon and back! You will forever be in my heart!

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  2. Grief

    I had my own notion of grief.
    I thought it was the sad time
    That followed the death of someone you love.
    And you had to push through it
    To get to the other side.

    But I’m learning there is no other side.
    There is no pushing through.
    But rather, There is absorption.
    Adjustment. Acceptance.

    And grief is not something you complete,
    But rather, you endure.
    Grief is not a task to finish
    And move on, But an element of yourself-
    An alteration of your being.
    A new way of seeing.
    A new definition of self.

    Gwen Flowers

    Prayers to your family.

    Betina Adams

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  3. Dear Debbie,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you now as they have been through this sad time. I remember when I lost my Mom and I feel your pain. God Bless you and your family.
    Fondly, Pat

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  4. One of God’s angels called back home. A wife, Mother, Grandmother and friend to many. Her earthly journey completed. No more pain. She is with our Lord now and He meet her with open arms, welcome home My daughter job well done…

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  5. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers for your family.

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  6. Please accept our deepest sympathies on the loss of someone I affectionately referred to as Granny Morgan. She loved her family so very much. You all meant the world to her. She is at peace and no longer in pain. She took her rightful place in heaven with our heavenly Father. God bless you all and may he wrap his loving arms around you all. Blessings.

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  7. My Gigi was an amazing women. Someone who always cared, someone who would always be there to listen, someone who would always comfort you, and someone who would always love you. She was one of my favorite people in this world, a ray of sunshine in a sea of darkness. She was one of the few people I was really close to in this world. She will always be one of my best friends. I love you Gigi, I hope that somewhere over the rainbow you are dancing with your husband and running around being that crazy, spunky chick you have always been at heart <3

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  8. Debbie, My heart is heavy for you and your family. I know how much your mom has meant to all of you and how hard it is to say goodbye, especially to our moms. I pray for an outpouring of God’s Grace and Love for all of you tomorrow as you say your final farewell and for you in all the days to come. Thinking of you constantly with love and prayers.

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  9. I wrote this back in 2006.
    I love you Grandma.

    * In Time *
    I have always heard “That time will ease the pain”.
    And, I wonder why?
    Why would I want to stop feeling this way?
    Why would I want that pain I feel inside my heart to ever go away?
    That pain I feel, with every beat reminds me of a life that no longer exists.
    A life that was so full of pride, joy, and love…
    A life that belonged to a person that touched my very soul.
    In time, I don’t want to forget…
    The love you shared, the love I felt…
    In time… I don’t want to forget…
    The look in your eyes, the sound of your voice…
    In time I don’t want to forget.
    The way I felt when you were no longer there.
    I don’t want time to ease my pain..
    I want to remember everything…
    Everything that you were and everything that you are…
    This pain inside my chest is a reminder to me…
    How strong love can be…
    You are all that I am and you are in everything that I do,
    You will always be with me and forever I will always love you…

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  10. To my 2nd family I send my love and condolences love you mama Debbie,Kelly,Kat, girls. I’ll always be here for you all

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  11. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God watch over you and your family and give you strength and peace, may you feel his comfort and lean on your faith. With deepest sympathy.

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  12. Debbie, You have been through a lot in your life time and I know this is the hardest. My heart is heavy If I can help you any way you know I’m there.

    Bill

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  13. We did not know the day that
    God would call your name.
    In life we loved you dearly,
    In death we do the same.

    It broke our hearts to lose you
    But you didn’t go alone.
    For part of us went with you
    The day God called you home.

    You left us peaceful memories.
    Your love is still our guide,
    And though we cannot see you
    You are always at our side.

    Our family chain is broken
    and nothing seems the same,
    but as God calls us one by one
    the chain will link again.

    Prayers to all of you during this very difficult time….

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