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Seen on the Blue Ridge Parkway


These photos are from the archives. To be honest, I'm still reeling after the death of my husband. It has been a difficult week, but the kindness and prayers of family, friends, our church, the Daughters of Saint Francis de Sales, and those who commented on last week's post has helped.
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37 comments:

  1. I have been thinking of you all week and hope you are doing okay.

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  2. My thoughts are again on your side, the lost of your husband is very, very sad. It need time, to understand.

    Hugs by Heidrun

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  3. My heart continues to ache for you and you remain in my prayers. It takes a long time to move forward - as long as it takes - so be gentle with yourself and do whatever you need to take care of you. There is a wonderful program called Grief Share that you can look up on the Internet that I highly recommend if you would find it helpful for you at some point in your journey. Please don't hesitate to reach out if I can help... I am here for you. xoxo

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  4. You have been in my thoughts all week. I love you and support you, you are in my prayers.

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  5. Dear Sue. You are a very brave and strong lady. Take time out as and when you need to.xx

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  6. I've been thinking of you this week, hope you're ok.

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  7. I am so sorry for the loss of your husband it comes way to soon for someone so young. May the Lord keep you safe under His wing as you begin to navigate this new existence. Our prayers are with you and your family.

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  8. The Folk Art Center looks terrific. I've a weaver friend who would love seeing the loom and weaving. Fine series of photos.

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  9. The waterfall is gorgeous! How clever!

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  10. Sending thoughts and prayers. The Folk Art Center looks wonderful and I love your captures. Be well.

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  11. I missed the linkup last week and therefore just learned the news of your husband's passing. I am so very, very sorry for your loss. I went back and read your post and wish it could be distributed far and wide - you wrote beautiful and your message was loud and clear. I am sending you hugs and good thoughts. Take care as you navigate this difficult time! xxxx

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  12. I have been telling your story to all anti-vaxers around me, the past week. I know this is the biggest loss, hope you can cope.

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  13. Those photos are gorgeous. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.....

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  14. I have been praying for you all week, Sue.

    Stay strong.

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  15. I am praying for you at least once every day. Time is the biggest healer. Keep strength and courage.

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  16. My today's picstory is especially for you, although it seems to early for it -
    Love and prayer

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  17. Such interesting folk art museum and I love the lady fox & the other animals unknown to me. I was not here last week. My deepest condolences to you for losing your husband. God bless you.

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  18. I just saw a comment from you on another blog, where I was commenting too. We must live somewhere in the same area, since the Folk Art Center is one of my favorite places on the Parkway. I'm so sorry to hear about your husband's death. I wish his life could have continued with you. Now I can get to know you, possibly, but not him. May your blogs continue so we can meet every once in a while here.

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  19. I was so very sorry to read of the loss of your precious husband. I commend your earlier post illustrating how resisting the vaccine can lead to dire consequences. It is important testimony during this time.

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  20. Thinking of you with love and sympathy.
    Maggie

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  21. I missed last week's post and am so sorry to hear of your loss.

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  22. I wish you to have the power of passing over this hard period for you, even it's so difficult.
    God bless you!

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  23. I had hoped to hear better news from you this week, and am sad and disappointed for you. Thank you for sharing him with us. I did not take the photos in my post this week, but the person I wrote about is so interesting I wanted to share them here. Perhaps his story will be of some comfort to you.

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  24. Cute pictures. You have a good heart to be able to think of others while you are suffering. May God bless you and give you hope.

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  25. We have been thinking about you so much, Sue. Sending love, light and prayers your way.

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  26. Looks like it was an interesting place to visit. My heart is sad for you. It is such a range of emotions or has been for me. Will continue to pray for blessings for you.

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  27. Sending you abundant love and light, Sue.

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  28. Good day,
    I found your blog by accident and have a look.
    I am very sorry that your husband passed away and I wish you all the best.
    Greetings Eva

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  29. Still praying you and your family. Sending more positive thoughts.

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  30. Beautiful place to explore.

    Big healing hugs again this week.

    Have a blessed Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  31. That is one interesting place! We love that wall piece with the three ladies on it.

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  32. Hi visited it's site. Beautiful post. Wonderful place. I like. 🙏

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  33. Sincere condolences, dear Sue! Although I am so far away, my soul is with you!

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  34. Hello! I allowed myself to borrow a photo from here and post it on my blog, at https://povestiripescurt.blogspot.com/2022/02/de-la-altii-de-departe-from-others-from.html , with the necessary link, of course. Thanks a lot!

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