Really sorry for your loss - and sorry to have to welcome you into this shittiest of clubs.
What a beautiful woman she was. My prayers are with you.Mary
That's a great picture, Ken. Hope you're doing OK. Whatever the relationship was like (and yours sounds good), this is a complex thing to get through.
I will be praying for you and her from Asia..
My sincere condolences. She was my mother's age.
Ken Mac-Mothers are so special and we are lucky to have them as long as we do.My sincere condolences to you and yours.R
Ken, sorry for your loss. i wish you the best.
I'm so sorry for your loss, Ken. Hope you're doing ok.
oh dear. I am so very sorry for your loss, Ken.I am glad you feel she's in a better place now.Hugs, dear. My thoughts are with you.
Ken, from one friend to another, please know that my own mother (who is 84) and I join you in celebrating the life of your mother. What a lovely snapshot you have shared with us.
She's a beautiful woman and a lucky one, to have been so loved.
So sorry for your loss - may she rest in peace.I bet your Mom is looking down upon you now and is very, very proud.
Such a beautiful girl, bless her! Thinking of you Ken, and am so sad for your loss. It's a biggie.
Ken Mac...so sorry to read this post about the passing of your Mom yesterday. You have friends all over the world and they are celebrating her life with you. This photo is your tribute...
So sorry to hear of your loss. A very touching post along with a beautiful photo of your Mom...
what a beautiful lady. sorry for your loss. may she rest in peace.
Ken, so very sorry to hear your sad news.What a beauty your Mom is and how sweet of you to celebrate her life.My thoughts and prayers go out to you and yours.
You could not honour her in a better way. I think I know how you feel.
Oh my friend, through you, I've met your mother here many times over the past two years. She's a gentle, sweet soul. My warmest thoughts for you both.
Wow-that's a tough one. A very attractive woman and such a tough one to lose. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
What a beautiful, beautiful tribute.
I wish you all the strength you need in these difficult times.
Oh KM, I'm so sorry. This photograph is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing your mom with all of us. ANd I thank her for bringing YOU to all of us. Sending love and condolences.
Oh! Ken Mac,I am so sorry for your loss.Your mother was very beautiful!My thoughts are with you and your family.Love and condolences.
I haven't read the comments as it reminds me what it was like when my mother passed but I do hope we're able to acknowledge her contribution, through you, to this little community and that we,in turn, are able to provide a some comfort. -Kevin-
Sorry for your loss. That is a lovely portrait.
She lives in your eye for beauty.
She is beautiful...thank you for sharing your life and your talents with all of us, Ken. Thinking of you.
Old photos like this one are priceless. I am sorry for your loss and I know what you must be feeling right now. Yes, she is in a better place.
KM- So sorry for this loss. There IS a special place in heaven for moms! Peace be with you also.
Que la paz sea para con ella y con usted.Un abrazo muy especial desde Argentina.
I am so sorry to hear this; deepest condolences to you and your family, and may memories of your mother always be a source of comfort for you.
Please know you have my heartfelt condolences. I think Linda Danz put it quite well: She lives in your eye for beauty.
A lovely photo you have chosen to remember your mother. My deepest sympathy...
What a beautiful photo. My warmest sympathies through the interwebs...
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She has the look of love.My thoughts are with you at this time.Hands across the water.Ck.
My best to you and your family.A beautiful photo and sentiment.
Ken, I know it has been a tough period for you, dealing illness and now the loss of you mother. Remember the good times and keep her memory alive always. She will forever be part of who you are.
I'm so sorry for your loss - such a beautiful woman. Best wishes to you and your loved ones.
Condolences and prayers from my coast to yours. Such a beautiful tribute to your mother and her life in you. Bless you for sharing and allowing us to add our voices to the chorus of prayer.
Ken Mac,Just stopping by again to send you another hug.Sonia.
Just stopping by again with another wish that you're getting through this (awkward phrase) okay.
So sorry to read this news, my deepest sympathy. Hold those memories close and she lives on.
And walk among long dappled grass, And pluck till time and times are done, The silver apples of the moon, The golden apples of the sun.Condolences
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deepest regards and sympathy for your loss. Moms are special.
May your memories give you strength. What a beautiful portrait.
I'm very sorry about this. My prayers are with you.
So, so sorry to hear this news.Hope you are doing ok.
I sympathize with your loss; my mother was also born in 1925. She passed 6 years ago, and, like yours, is in a better place.Blessings to you today.
Came by again to say hi. You're in my thoughts.
in a better place now, in your heart forever...
My sincere condolences.
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. My she rest in peace.
Ken, I don't know you or your mother, but I say with the most sincere sympathy, this is a hard thing and I feel for you. My own mother is gone six years now and it's never OK, but the grief just comes in waves farther apart these days. Your mother looks like a remarkable woman, and a beauty, full of determination.
I know what this means. My dear mother (1913 - 2000). She's still 'with me'. Yours is in a better place, yes. And she's still living 'inside' you.Take care.
Yes..she looks very gorgeous! have downloaded the pic!Photographer CV
I am sorry for your loss. Losing one's parents is the most tragic part of life. But she is in a better place now.
No pity, just empathy. Lost my mom November 5, 2007. You've memorialized your mom beautifully through vintage photos and memories here that strike a rich chord of familiarity. Thanks
Please accept my sympathy. She was a lovely woman, and she raised a splendid son. Thank you for your blog.
i'm so very sorry for you loss. sending you much love. xx
my deepest condolences. a lovely portrait.
I'm sorry for your loss, Ken. She was a beautiful woman. Remember that a beautiful soul never dies, but instead lives in you. Hope you are doing alright.
Sorry for your loss, Ken.
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She is so lovley. I am so sorry for your loss.
Very sorry for you loss. What a beautiful picture and what beautiful memories you must have.
So sorry for your loss. This is a beautiful photo and I'm glad she's in a better place. R.I.P.
I'm sorry for your loss...Beautiful portrait, beautiful tribute.
I too am sorry for your loss. I lost my father this past June, losing a parent is a deep and prolific loss and until it happens to you, it is hard to understand. PS I love your blog.
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This is my first visit here and I am so sorry to learn of your loss. What a beautiful picture you chose to share with us. And now she is healed and whole and with you always in spirit until you meet again. :) But I will pray for you to have peace in your sorrow.
You have my condolences. Both of my parents have passed on, and it's a difficult transition for those of us who still in physical. Sending you healing energy.
Sorry for your loss she looks beautiful. I pray for you at this time to be strong. XXX DonMy Blog Promote Thanet
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