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Monday, November 28, 2011

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I had a wonderful Thanksgiving and weekend with friends, one of the best I can remember in recent history, but in the mist of all that joy there was a bit of sadness. The bloggy world lost a shining brave angel by the name of Vicki or Nolly as I and others called her. If you did not know her, I am sorry for you. Nolly, you will be sorely missed. Fly high darling. XOXO

12 comments:

Angela Recada said...

Oh Sweetie, I am so very sorry to hear this. Vicki led such a brave fight and is gone far too soon. This is so sad. . .
xoxoxo

Lori ann said...

i'm glad you had such a wonderful time annie. i'm also so sorry to hear about your friend, i didn't know her, but it's so sad. may she be happy and dance with the angels now.

Boho mom said...

I didn't know her, but send my sympathies to you and her loved ones.
Glad you had a nice Thanksgiving - being Canadian, ours was in early October. I could never figure out how you Americans can handle Thanksgiving soooooo close to Christmas.
(((hugs)))
*love your blog!!

kj said...

i did know vicki and followed her courageous, scary, unpredictable wrestling match with cancer. she had a way of lightening even her most frightening moments, didn't she, annie? i pray for her children. they were along for the ride, her husband too. i hope they and nolly are at peace. i imagine renee has greeted her. and i'm pretty sure the spiritual quest she was on has just exploded into the most amazing white light...

i love you annie, keep having fun

kj

Suzanne said...

Oh my heart just hurts!

~Babs said...

Hi Annie,
I met Nolly on Blogland Lane, but I didn't know her very well. I visited her enough to know that she was a blazing example.
And, like kj said, I'm sure Renee was waiting to welcome her beyond the white light.They both fought with courage and dignity.
Prayers for her family,,,

Annie said...

Angela, Yes she was brave and fought hard! xoxo
Lori,I am sure she has wings of her own and is doing a jig. xoxo
Boho, Thank you! I agree is would be better to have Thanksgiving another month, it is much to close to Christmas! Vicki was a special woman and I feel for her family, she left children and a husband.
xoxo
Kj, Yes she did lighten even the worst days she had. I feel for her family too. I am sure that Renee was there to show her the ropes and yes, she continues on her spiritual quest and now she has answers :-). I will miss her so.
I love you too.xoxo
Suzanne, Sweetie I am sorry to add to your heartache, I know you are grieving for you father. Hugs and love. xoxo
Babs, Yes, Renee and Nolly were fighters and so very brave. xoxo

studio lolo said...

Blessing to Nolly on her next journey...

And I'm so glad you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. You deserve it!

xo
Lo♥

soulbrush said...

I was sort of aware of her in the bloggysphere, and am so sorry to hear this news too. Glad you had a good time. xxx

Mim said...

sorry to hear about Nolly - sad sad sad. I didn't really know her but am sorry to hear this - I know there are many heavy hearts in blogland


but glad to hear that you had a good Thanksgiving - that warms the heart

sukipoet said...

sorry to hear about Nolly. How sad to be so ill. To die and leave behind children and loved ones. Sending prayers for her transition.

glad you had a great holiday.mized

Robyn said...

so sorry to read about your friend xoxo