My sincere sympathies to all Linda’s family and friends
To my best friend,
It was hard moving away and then you got sick. I've missed you yesterday, today and all the rest of my tomorrows. I know that you are with your beloved husband; and that my son will probably make himself known to you.
You've taken a piece of my heart with you and until we see each other again.
Love Patricia and Pat's or as you liked to call us, the two Pat's
Lynda was my second mom. My big sister. She doted on my children as if theh were her own and never missed sending a birthday card even when they got older. All she ever wanted to be was a wife and a mother, which she was. But she was also a caring person her neighbors could rely on, her employers could count on. I am pretty sure she would have cut off her own arm to help someone in need. She was an avid sales shopper and never failed to notify of specials on things she knew I used.
Even as she faded, she was so well loved by the staff at Casa Dolce Casa and never lost her sense of humour. It is stunning to know she is gone, but she is with Jesus, whole, restored and filled with life and joy.
Till we meet again. Love you, sis!
My sincere condolences
There are no words. Lynda was my big sister, my nemesis, my example for good or bad, and ultimately, my friend. We could drive each other crazy with a word, or hug and cry over a mutual loss. But for this time there are no hugs, only the tears. And trite as it sounds, I will miss her dearly.