Rest in Peace, Mom


“She was my North, my South, my East, my West”

Love you to the moon and back, Mom.

Rest in Peace.


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I'm a retired special ed teacher, born in upstate NY, who spent most of my adult life in the SF/Bay Area and moved to the Olympic Peninsula of WA in June of 2017. At the encouragement of family and friends, who followed my silliness on my FB page, I started this blog a few years ago. I try to keep my topics as humorous as possible (because I believe "LIFE" is pretty serious these days), but will, on occasion write about more solemn subjects. I sincerely appreciate all who take the time and effort to read and make comments and am truly humbled when people actually "like" what I write. I do not participate in the "Wordpress awards" because I feel "awarded" when individuals actually read me and comment, but sincerely appreciate all of you who have considered me "award worthy" and thank you from the bottom of my heart. Hugs, Lucie

13 thoughts on “Rest in Peace, Mom”

  1. Awh, so sorry. And so it finally happened. I’m going to miss stories about your mom. Perhaps you can share some old memories to keep them going. I’m sorry, Lucie. I hope your heart and those of your siblings, are doing okay. 😦 May God rest her sweet Italian soul!

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    1. Thank you, Betsy….just got back from the East coast…been an emotionally and physically draining trip….she was a little character and loved by many. No matter how old you are, when u lose your Mom, a piece of you seems missing…..


  2. You’re Mom was a beautiful person and I loved her so much. I’m happy I was able to see her a couple years ago. Made me eat, when I wasn’t Hungry! LOL! That’s my Aunt Mary! A very good person. R.I.P. Aunt Mary. And my condolences to the whole Family.

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