In Loving Memory of
In Loving Memory of NANA


To My Dearest Nana, I miss you so much it hurts. I can not imagine you not being part of my life as you have been such an important part of my life for the past 42 years. You have taught me so much about living and life and for that I am so grateful. Even though you lived a long life and were 93 when you died it just makes it so much harder for me because I was fortunate enough to have you for so long that even though I knew the time would come I wasn't prepared. I saw you in the funeral home with Ma and it made me feel a little bit better because you looked at peace and I hope that you are happy with Papa Lou and the two of you are together. I wish I knew that were true so if you could give me a sign that you are I'd be happy. I wore your pearls at your funeral, mine broke as I was putting them on. Lauren wore your pearl bracelet. Brian was born on your birthday and you died on Lauren's birthday. Poor Lauren is very upset about that and she is having a hard time. I hope you got her letter that she wrote to you, I left it in your casket. Nana, I hope you were not in too much pain on Saturday and Sunday because you certainly did not deserve that. Poor Alan was beside himself but I am glad that he was holding you when your heart stopped because you felt comfortable with him to just let go. Oh Nana, what should I do? How do I go on? Please Nana will you help me? I love you so much Nana and I will never forget you, I promise. You know how much I love you and I know how much you love me and for that we were blessed and I just want you to know that I will try to live the rest of my life trying to be as good as you were. I miss you Nana.

I love you Nana with all my heart and all my soul for eternity. Love, Marci


  

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