Joan
The Blessed Blessed are they that mourn Is what our Lord Jesus said And He promised we’d be comforted As we sorrow for our dead Time may seem like eternity While we suffer in our grief But our sorrow will be shortened If in God we have belief But first God will allow us To experience the grief and pain Of not being with the one we loved Till He joins us once again But God our Holy Father There, to ease his children’s pain Says, we only need to come to Him In prayer, then peace we’ll feel again This does not mean, we’ll forget Our loved one who has gone It means the sadness in our hearts Won’t be there for so long -Walter Kenneth Lane Jr.

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  1. My Grandma, I loved you so much. Never once did you blink at the fact I was your granddaughter and never a day went by that I didn’t know how much you loved me. I will miss you so much and you were so dear to me. You will forever be in my heart and some of my best memories involve you. I love you and I am glad that there is no more suffering. Heaven got a lot better with an angel as great as you. Love you forever.

  2. My Grandma, I loved you so much. Never once did you blink at the fact I was your granddaughter and never a day went by that I didn’t know how much you loved me. I will miss you so much and you were so dear to me. You will forever be in my heart and some of my best memories involve you. I love you and I am glad that there is no more suffering. Heaven got a lot better with an angel as great as you. Love you forever.

  3. My Dearest Auntie….. The song came on the radio while I was driving (UNFORGETABLE) and all I could do was smile. Cant drive thru Orange County with out thinkig about you or mom!!! You have always held a special place in my heart and always will. You are deeply missed!!! Love you today as much as ever. Happy you are in Heaven with your hubby, my cousins and all the fam. One day all of us here will join the celebration with you. Until then loving you under the stars. Your neice, Shelly Lynn

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