Tuesday, November 11, 2008

In remembrance

Nana's Memorial Service
Monday, November 10, 2008
Walpole, MA a famous artist in the making
and his portrayal on display to honor a special Lady
a moment to bond

love unfeigned

wanting to be close

paying respects

Saying good-bye

connecting

Time for reflection

A tender teaching moment

X O X O Nana.

7 comments:

LL said...

looks like a nice day!
beautiful pictures, I love that last one of you...

ChefTom said...

It is always hard to say good-bye to those we love, luckily we know that we will be able to join them on the other-side and never have to say good-bye again.

priscilla said...

For those who were not there, Jen gave an amazing eulogy as did dad.
Amy Jo was our organist for LOTS ofsongs.
All the great grandchildren sang, "I Am A Child Of God"
Rebecca gave a reading from New Test.
Jarrod gave 2 readings from O.T.
Ben Videoed
Aaron and Rach sang an amazing duet of a different arrangement of "How Great Thou Art."
The last song was "The old Rugged Cross" This was Nana's favorite.
After a verse I heard this amazing descant and thought "Who are these Baptists, who are able to do this?
Well it was Rachael and Aaron harmonizing...That is when I lost it because I really felt like she was there enjoying her very favorite hymn.
Shirley and David did an amazing job arranging the church, flowers, food. It was a lovely day.
mom

Becky said...

Great pictures Jen, I'll have to copy some of them. You did a wonderful tribute to Nana. I fogot a lot of what you had mentioned, so thank you for that.

shirlgirl said...

The pictures are beautiful, Jenny. You did a great job capturing everyone. It was a beautiful day for Nana--weather couldn't have been nicer. The music was great, and I was in awe of Rachael's and Aaron's singing of "How Great Thou Art". They are amazing. I also loved hearing them echo the Old Rugged Cross. Sure wish they were in our choir!! Loved the picture that Cooper painted--lots of talent in our big family. Thank you for your eulogy of Nana. It was wonderful. Love, Aunt Shirley

Schenewarks said...

Love the picture of you at the grave. Amazing talk - loved the XOXO at the end, blew me away. A weekend away makes you glow - I need to do that ;-) LOVE my new gift - have to say the color is amazing, putting them on tonight.

Tina said...

WOW!! What a touching post, made me cry. Haven't really been in touch with my feelings with Nanna's passing. It's been awhile since I've seen her, but I truly do love her and realized how much i miss her honesty that would come out of her mouth. She was an amazing woman with wonderful children that have touched our lives. Thank you for making me feel like I was really there with your pictures. Love you!!