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Absolutely my feelings. I’ve just emailed Stuart, saying much the same, but not so beautifully, and not so much as she would have remembered.
I know, this was on behalf of all of us Meg.
Perfectly put Madhu!
Reblogged this on Lucid Gypsy and commented:
Thank you Madhu, this a perfect way to remember our friend. Christine will always be in my heart, it was a privilege to know her,
It sure was Gilly.
Madhu, it sounds like you lost a dear friend through…….
A year ago Cornelia, although it doesn’t seem so.
Madhu, a year seems like nothing, since the pain and the wound haven’t healed yet. Yet, the cherished memories will stay for ever.
Ian, I would never have believed virtual connections could feel so strong before I started blogging!
Once a friend, always a friend – I believe.
The photo is nice, very nice. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Tushar. That’s from the flower market in Kolkata.
Beautifully said, Madhu
That quote said it all Sue.
Exactly right, Madhu, and Christine would have loved those buds! What a glorious shot in her honour. Many’s the time I think of her if I catch a glimpse of an old photo or a post that she liked. She was a warm and beautiful person. 🙂
Yes, she was beautiful in every sense of the word Jo, and it is uncanny how strongly we all connected with her.
So strange, Madhu! I’ve just commented on Gilly’s reblog that I can remember that awful moment as I stared at the screen, unable to absorb the words. We never know what’s coming, darling. Enjoy your life, Madhu (and get that next trip booked 🙂 )
I will!! 🙂
So very true…
Yes, such a simple but effective quote.
A perfect tribute to a very special lady. Christine is still very much missed, and will always be remembered.
Thanks Sylvia. I notice you haven’t posted much in the past couple of weeks. Hope all is well?
Thanks Madhu. I’m still in England visiting family and friends, and hardly have any time to look at my computer. 😃
A beautiful remembrance, Madhu.
….for a beautiful lady. Thanks Lynne 🙂
So right Madhu . . .
Poignant quote and coupled with the buds that bloom into so much more.
Christine was fond of lotuses Sally, I wished I had a single bloom, but had to make do with this.
Absolutely. Beautiful quote and extraordinary image. She was a very special person.
She certainly was special. Thanks Judy.
Very true! Sorry for your loss Madhu.
Thanks LuAnn. Christine passed away a year ago today (Yesterday!)
Beautiful, heartfelt and true…
Thank you. I know I speak for every one of her friends Ese.
Awww…beautiful and heartfelt. I’m sorry for the loss of your friend, Madhu. Hugs from Nicaragua.
Debbie, I popped over with the intention of spending some time on your blog yesterday, but things got in the way. I was there long enough to spot ‘Chikangunia’. Hope you are well on the way to recovery. Take care.
So very beautifully said.
How very true. Painfully true.
The souls/minds will came back to samsara… unfortunately we are not capable to manage this… and in our heart we will always keep the remembering of those who were at our side giving love and commitment… and the memory remains vivid
It is nice to remember her …Time flies….Have a nie weekend!
A beautifully touching tribute Madhu . . . .
So perfect for a beautiful lady. I was on the way to house sit for Christine’s son and daughter-in-law and was devastated when we got the news. I got to know her family and regretted the missed opportunity to meet Christine
So sad to read this and a beautiful tribute to her. Was she a blogger in our photo groups?
What a beautiful tribute. I did not know Christine but when she passed many bloggers I do know were her friend. My sympathy to you.
Hi I am Ranu, I was passing by, stopped to read your quote.It’s a wonderful way of remembering your friend.