Posted by: Lisa Hill | November 18, 2015

Taking a break

My mother died this morning, so I am taking a break for a while.
I will be back when I feel up to it.

PS I am reading your kind thoughts because they come through on my email, but am a bit too weepy to reply right now. Thank you all


Responses

  1. So sorry to hear, Lisa. Take care. Caroline.

  2. Oh Lisa – I’m so sorry to hear. My condolences and good vibes to you and your family.

  3. So sorry, Lisa.

  4. My thoughts are with you lisa

  5. Lisa, I am so sorry to hear your sad news. Take your time, breath, & do what you feel strong enough to do. Hugs to you!

  6. So sorry for your loss Lisa – take care of yourself during this difficult time. x

  7. My thoughts are with you at this sad time.

  8. Condolences, Lisa. Take care xx

  9. Dear Lisa, the right words never come when needed. Tradition suggests I should wish you a long life with no more sorrow, and my family and I do so with great sympathy.

  10. So sorry to hear your sad news, Lisa. Losing your Mum is one of the biggest things anyone has to go through in life. Look after yourself, and please accept my sincere condolences.

  11. Hugs, Lisa. Lots of Hugs. x

  12. Lisa, I’m so sorry to hear this. Take care x

  13. So sorry to hear this Lisa. My thoughts are with you.

  14. hello Lisa,
    I want to express my condolences to you and your family. There is a song by Michael Jackson which has the lyrics-
    “You are not alone
    I am here with you
    Though we’re far apart
    You’re always in my heart.”
    Be encouraged Lisa.

  15. There are many people who love you and are thinking of you in these difficult times, Lisa – take as much breathing space as you need – one day at a time. Huge cyber hug xx Mairi

  16. Hi lisa. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts are with you.

  17. So sorry, Lisa. I know it’s been a rough time for your mum over recent months but the loss of a parent is such a sad thing. Thanks for telling us here. Love to you, and yours.

  18. My sympathies Lisa. Take care x

  19. I’m so sorry for your loss, Lisa. My thoughts are with you. Take care. x

  20. Thinking of you, Lisa. I hope you have family and good friends around you. xx

  21. All the words we use, and none of them of any use. So sorry, Lisa.

  22. So sorry to know this sad news, Lisa. It must be a very difficult time for you and your family. I hope that all of you give strength to each other to get through this difficult time. May you mother’s soul rest in peace. My thoughts are there with her and you and your family. Take care.

  23. My mother died unexpectedly and suddenly ten years ago. It took a year before I really readjusted to the world. Take care of yourself.

  24. I’m terribly sorry for your mother’s passing, Lisa. Condolences and blessings to you and your family. Gentle hugs.

  25. Lisa I am so sorry. Condolences to you and all your family.

  26. So sorry Lisa, there are no words of comfort I can offer but do take care.

  27. Dear Lisa, wishing you strength and good memories to hang on to.

  28. I’m sorry to hear of your loss, Lisa. Take your time and take care. x

  29. I’m so sorry, Lisa. It’s hard, very hard.

  30. So sorry to hear of this. A sad time ahead

  31. Thinking of you, Lisa. Don’t rush things …

  32. My heart goes out to you Lisa. Take care.

  33. DEAR LISA. JUST OPENED THE COMPUTER. GO WELL DARLING.. YOUR MOTHER MUST HAVE BEEN QUITE A GAL! IF YOU’RE ANYTHING TO GO BY!

    WARM THOUGHTS, PEACE, LESLEY

  34. I’m sorry for your loss, Lisa.
    Je t’adresse toutes mes sincères condoléances.

  35. I’m so sorry to hear this. I look forward to your return, but take all the time you need. ((HUGS))

  36. My deepest condolences. I will keep you in my prayers. God bless.

  37. Lisa, my heartfelt condolences. So sorry to hear about your bereavement. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers my friend. :-)

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