Her Last Day with us

Published February 25, 2015 by lynn k scott

This is my first guest post. I read this today and took it as a sign from my mom (she passed 20 months ago today). This song brought tears to my eyes as I heard this song shortly after she passed (another sign).

This is a touching story and should be shared. Please visit the original post to leave any comments. Thank you.

more than just a country boi

I listened to this song repeatedly yesterday as I answered comment after comment, I admit I am a bit overwhelmed by the outpouring of support I have found here on Wp, I am so grateful to you all, yesterday wasn’t going so well for me, and I have to thank Jason over at http://aopinionatedman.com/  for his support and for the reblogs, by doing so he has helped me yesterday more than he could ever know.

This song also happens to be the last song played at my Wife’s funeral services, so it does have a very deep meaning to me on many levels.

So I wanted to share with all of you our last day together as a family, My Wife was at the Palliative care unit at the Pasqua Hospital in Regina ,Saskatchewan, Canada , it was January 26th 2015 , her Birthday, she had just turned 41…

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